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Need help picking lakes for multi species league

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Hey all,
Looking for help picking lakes for a statewide multi-species league this summer.
This will be a total catch and release league.
Lake must meet the following criteria-
1) Lake must have all 5 main targeted species- Walleye, Pike, Bass, Bluegill and crappie. Muskie would be a plus, but not necessary.

2) Must be large enough to handle a 15 boat League.

3) Must have a good access and parking for 15 rigs.

If we can get 2 or 3 lakes form each post, they will be thrown in a hat and drawn for the area we are picking for.
If anyone is also interested in joining the league, we will be posting that information soon as well.

Thanks for your help,

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Lake Koronis near Paynesville(Park access has room)

Gull Lake Near Nisswa

Clearwater Lake near Annandale(North access has room)

Sugar Lake near Annandale(muskies)(I think south access has room)

Mississippi River(pick a pool)Clearwater to Monticello

Osakis Has everything but Muskie

[This message has been edited by Borch (edited 03-09-2001).]

[This message has been edited by Borch (edited 03-09-2001).]

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    • Jmnhunter
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