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Paul

Hey Hitman I have question?????????

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Hitman, since you are our residnet Hollywoodite I was looking up some lake information and found a lake called PERCH lake says it is near Hawleywood. Ever heard of it? Fished it? Seen it? Skinnydipped etc? PS looks like it is near Lee Lake. SW of it maybe on the other side of 32.

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Paul,

That is exactly where it is. But I think it isn't much more than a slough. Just a little small pot hole. But you are right on the location, only about a half mile or so south of Lee on the west side of Hwy 32.

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Yeah that's it. I think Eyehunter and I talked about it one day in his fish house.

I don't think there are any fish in there as far as i have heard.I have never heard of anyone doing anything out there. It is possible that it is the BEST kept secret but I doubt it. It also could be known as something else like Like Sweet Grove, Swede Grove and Highland grove -- all the same lake. Or like Stump Lake which is actually Sand Lake. I don't think that is the case either.

I will ask around a little bit but I don't hink it is a place I would try.

Have you heard something about it?

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Isn't Stump right across the Becker county line on highway 10, about 2 miles south on a gravel road?

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Yep -- but I think it is very close to the Becker line.

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