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Roberds Lake?

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Does anyone ever fish Roberds Lake? My grandparents used to camp there when I was young. How is the crappie, walleye and bass fishing on this lake?

Also, how are the weeds, etc?

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TWO WORDS > PEA SOUP!!!!! tongue.gif

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HAHA! I dont ever fish it in the summer, but I did catch a lot of walleyes out there last winter in 17' of water off of the point in the S.W. part of the lake. So if you are at the access looking out it is the first point on your right. Hey luckycrank dont you have a tourney out there later this year?

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was out there once so far this year. Caught a few small eyes(15-17") while lindy rigging off the points and breaks.

Also, got into some sunnies, but they were small. And a large sheephead.

There is a lot of milfoil in the lake and continues to spread. mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

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I did not know there is milfoil in roberds. When did it get in there do you know? confused.gif

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According to the DNR website there isnt any milfoil in roberds. But that might not have been recently updated.

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Its not milfoil.

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