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Lake Poquet

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The inlaws rented a cabin on Poquet for the 4th and I was just wondering if its worth even putting the boat in or if I should put in somewhere else. I've looked around and can't find any info. on the lake. Any help would be great.

Thanks in advance.

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Nobody has heard of this lake? They are staying at seivers resort.

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have not fished it but the boy river runs thru it

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any eyes running that boy river?

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I've stayed at seiver's in the past. Lots of little sunfish with the occasional northern, not much size to those. Never seen a walleye, but never tried either, lake is pretty small. For walleyes you might want to try Pleasant which is quite close or Woman Lake which isn't too far either.

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Thanks for the info. I called around and rented a spot at nies resort. They said the crappies were hitting pretty good on birch right now and the sunfish were really turning on

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