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Dead Fish on Nest Lake

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Has anyone else noticed a lot of dead crappies on Nest? I went out in front of my house today and there are hundreds of them floating in the water. Mostly crappies and some sunnies. Anyone heard of this or seen it on other lakes recently? I know Lake Florida had the same thing with sheephead. Did they figure out what caused that?

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Ben .which side of lake you on.>?

?

Would like to see these.

Did you notice any before last nites storm???

The lake area took quite a few lightning strikes and water temp is dangerous besides.

Looking to get out with some toys and check water for various things.

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I didn't check yesterday, but my mom was out there and said there were a few dead ones yesterday, but nothing like this. She lives on the NW side of the lake just south of the cty9 access on the penninsula there. The fish are floating all over in the wild rice and along the shore there.

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