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Fish Lake between Urbank and Parkers Prairie

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Does anyone have any info on Fish lake by Parkers Prairie? Have seen on the DNR web page that it's stocked with eyes, but was wondering if anyone has fished it. If anyone could give me a few ideas on what they've used and what methods worked best for them I would appreciate it. Planning on trying it this weekend. Thanks in advance. grin.gif

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Gets pretty thick with weeds. I have not been there this year, but I hear you can get some smaller ones with lindy rigs and leeches.

Good Luck

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Thanks for the info, hoping to get some in the 15-17 inch range to do a fish fry. Having a small get together for Millerville days. laugh.gifgrin.gif

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Woodland, where are you located on the lake? My wife and kids usually spend a week out on Miltona in July, If I find you I'll have to stop in and say hello.

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Hey Alex1,

Woodland is on the East Side of Miltona, about 1/2 mile north of the golf course.

Always welcome to stop by!

Good Luck!

Steve

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