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wally_joyner

Favorite Lakes

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What are everyone's favorite lakes in the PR area? I would have to say my favorites are Big Sand, 8th Crow, and George, but I have only fished about 10-15 lakes up there so far.

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Ive only Fished George,Mantrap, and Long. I would have to say my favorite is Long because thats what I get to fish the most. All these lakes have produce good numbers and quality sized fish to. I like to fish Bass and Northerns what are some other lakes in the area I could try out?

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yeah Joyner-

I've got a few on my mind for next year. I figure you're probably at home salivating over the thought of a big walleye, pike, musky or bass (not including rock bass!) My favorite lake has to be Belle Taine. Too many good fish in there to pass up. We may have to wet a line there next June.

ps-I left a few notes for the gang on the facebook fishing page that you've concocted.

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Belle Taine sounds like fun to me. Get us on that lake and put us on some monsters like our boy Larry Dahlberg catches.

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