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FISH LAKE BY PARKERS PRAIRIE

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Just wondering if anyone could give me some info about Fish Lake between Urbank and Parkers Prairie. Have heard it's stocked with Walleyes but just wondering if anyone has had success, and what method seemed to work the best. Thanks in advance for any info. grin.gif

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Great lake to bring the wife or girlfriend.But I have never really caght to much out there. I looked on the DNR website two years ago and thought it would be my new honey hole to catch fish. been there 3 times I think I have got 1 bass to show for it. The people I have taked to say it hit or miss and most of the time miss. I will be trying it again this summer some time so if you go let me know how you do!

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Thanks Grand Dad for the info, doesn't sound too incouraging frown.gif If we do make it out there and get a few I'll make sure I post an update on Sunday afternoon or Monday. good luck wherever you will be, keep a tight line and a stiff upperlip wink.gif

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From what I know about this lake it is almost impossible to get a boat in there this time of year unless you paddle out off the landing because it gets full of weeds.

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