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What is the biggest fish caught in Lake of the Woods?

Asked: Tomáš Černý, Last Updated:

Lake Sturgeon “Bronzebacks” offer exciting fishing and a great fight. Lake Sturgeon – Minnesota's biggest fish. It can weigh more than an adult human.

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