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adding structure to Lakes

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Other than Red Lake, does the DNR ever allow Crappie Cribs to be added to lakes? I am sure you can't de it on your own, but how about through a cooperative with a lake association.

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I don't know, but chrismas trees in march over your favorite crappie spot always look nice wink

just kidding

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bhs- I would talk to the DNR, there are other lakes out there with cribs. You do need a permit, and have to make the cribs exactly as the DNR tells you.. they also tell you where to put them, if they allow you to put them.

I like the fact that MN doenst allow this without permits, I would hate to see the stuff people would put in our lakes.

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Agreed, i am all for permits for this type of thing. I will check with them.

Thanks!

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I think our friends in some of the southern states can do it without many, if any rules.

I think Bass Pro sells some sort of ball with long spikes that is supposed to create a hot spot. I believe it's a Bill Dance product.

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