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james_walleye

Mantorville?

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So every day on the UPS route im doing this week i see people fishing below that dam in Mantorville. Anyone know what is up there? Smallies?

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I would guess it to be smallies, or possibly carp or suckers as well.

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yep smallies. i have talked to a few guys that have just pounded the smallies out of there in early may. They didn't seem to care that they were out of season. Stupids. But i guess there is plenty in that streach along with probably the occasional kitty and bottom feeder. ike

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There are a variety of fish...Smallies, carp, bluegills, bullheads and suckers for sure. Probably some other species also. I had a dozen kids out there on Thursday for a summer school class and they got a few bullheads, 1 small smallie and a bunch of bluegills. Worms were the ticket. It is a great place to take a kid since it is easy fishing from shore.

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I saw you guys fishing there thursday and wondered if the kids were catching anything.

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