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I'm looking for input from you guys on lakes in this area that may be good choices for the Metro LETS league next year.

Requirements are:
1. trailer space for 20+ boats (either 1 large access or multiple accesses)
2. room to beach 15 boats on shore
3. slots not too restrictive
4. must be within 90 miles of Minneapolis

This is a mult-species league, lakes must have a good population of pike, walleye, bass.

Thanks for your input!

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey!

If ya wanaa have it on Rush, You are more than welcome to have everyone camp at my house! Plenty of room to beach the boats!

Cory Frantzick

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Hey Cory,
Thanks for the offer, we might just take you up on that one... I think Rush would be a good lake to have it on. We are in the process of voting on lakes, so we'll see how it turns out. Thanks again for the offer.

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Ray Esboldt

I would agree Rush probably meets LETS criteria the best.

However, the Chisago Area Lakes and Knife Lake near Mora offer consistent mult-species options.

Cross-Pokegama isn't bad either; however, it's rare that all species are on the bite at one time.

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