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sparcebag

Diamond Lake Spawn is On

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Just took 3 at 22 lbs -23 lbs-& 24 lbs. Passed up LOTS of smaller seen a few 30lbs and larger.I dont have a disposal place other than my garden so I'm picky on size.

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Notice that expensive bow and reel!

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hey sparcebag whats in that cup? aim juice? by the way nice size fish. ps i never did find that asparagus but i am going to look again.

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Nice work. Saw lots of spawners in southern MN last week...NOW IS THE TIME TO BE OUT THERE!!!!

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Nice work. Saw lots of spawners in southern MN last week...NOW IS THE TIME TO BE OUT THERE!!!!

I know it! Stupid me working all the time

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I guess below my avator it says Willmar area,and this is the Willmar-Spicer thread,So its not in Wisconsin.

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Weren't you just complaining about how this thread got too many people over to your lake? They can come to Bald Eagle in Ramsey County if they want.

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It wasnt a complaint,it was in reference to the web and how fast word travels.Hopefully lots more come and arrow them! Now with the game fish I'm catching If asked in email and its a member who I've seen share before,I'll give GREAT info,just not where the world can get the info.

read no complaint just how 1 post got the archers out

http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/ub...ost#Post1443352

I've also been nailing eyes on a local lake in the last week, a neighbor and I caught 6 over 26 inches with one 29 and two 28.Plus our eaters to take home.Green is hot if ya can find them!

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Nice fish Sparce!

Are there any campgrounds on the lake?

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