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I need some help figuring this one out. I am planning a fishing trip to Lake of the Woods this coming Friday. It is a two hour drive one way from my house. I plan on leaving around 5:00 a.m. and fishing until 2:30 or 3:00 in the afternoon. The plan is to then take the round about way back home and hit Upper Red Lake for the evening crappie bite (if there is one, it seems to be hit and miss lately). Anyway, if I manage to catch some walleyes at LOW, I don't want to be caught with them on URL for fear that I would be accused of illegally taking walleyes out of URL. What would be my options? Should I just forget about URL or is there a way around this?

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I have Buried them in a snow bank near the access and picked them up when I left...haha. I have heard that you can leave them with the resort you go out from, but not sure of this for sure. I heard it was up to a $2000 fine for having them on the lake.

[This message has been edited by Rip_Some_Lip (edited 01-20-2004).]

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Most of the access points on to URL (West Wind, Hillmans, Hudec, Rogers etc) will hold your LOW walleyes for you while you are out on the lake.

Just another friendly service they provide for your $5.

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I'm 80% sure all you need is a dated recipe from a LOW bait shop or gas station. This will prove you were there that day. Best check on the MN DNR site to make sure.

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