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blacksheep

Lawrence lake ice tourney

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blacksheep

just an FYI the Lawrence lake ice fishing contest will be saturday feb. 3rd from 8am - 2pm. always lots of fun!

hope to see you all there - blacksheep

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DuaneW

How do you access the lake ? Where does it kick off from?

How far do you have to drag your fish house and is it hard?

Sorry for all the Questions

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blacksheep

you can access the lake from the marina or just down a hill from the road, that is what i usually do.

i'm not real sure what the specifics about the kickoff are but you can give donna a call at the marina. 507-482-6615

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Walleye #1

Are any of you fishing in the tourney next weekend or have any of you been down to fish Lawerence at all in the last week or so?

Thinking of headin out their tomorrow.

Walleye #1

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rollineyes

Just wondering if the tourney happened or got postponed? Has anyone been on Lawrence Lake lately?

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Walleye #1

I believe the tourney was still on last weekend. Too cold for this guy. I did make it out the week before and had tremendous luck on the gills. Nice size and even better numbers. I had an hour and half period, where it was non-stop. Good ice now as well. Most people were fishing the main lake. I got away from the crowd and found a weedline, and that seemed to be the ticket!

Best of luck

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Crickschop04

I was hoping to fish Lawrence in the next week. Has anybody been down there lately?

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Winona Ice

Gill fishing has been good on lawerence, there are also a few crappies biting. There have been a lot of people out there and i think the pressure is starting to have an effect on the bite and the size of fish caught. Fishing is much better away from all the people. Sight fishing in the weeds with plastics has been good for bigger fish.

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augern

Where is Lawrence lake located? I am new to the area and looking for a little help. Thanks.

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DuaneW

Brownsville MN about 10 miles south of Lacresent witch is just acrose from La Crosse Wis its a back water to the Missippi

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