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Hey fellow fisherman Yellow lake is full of fish,lets teach our kids preservation,and not keep everthing that hits our line!Besides the taste like mud!

It allways will be full of fish, it get stocked every year. I agree that one should only keep what you need but I did get a real tasty one just recently. Limit is still 6.
Sons of Angling

i do agree i was there yesterday and caught 26 fish pretty much all of them except 3 where 12 inch or over ..they taste clean right now i find in the summer they taste muddy anyways in the last couple weeks ive seen people keepin the 6 inch brookies and people hauling well over their limit...take what ur gunna eat fish arnt fresh after you've frozen them and who;s gunna eat ur last 40 fish at the bottom of you yellow lake deep freezer ..i keep 1 maybe 2 and u know if ur haven a bbq w/people over than you know maybe keep a dozen (if ur w/another person)

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