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Chris_the_Cow

Kings Lake

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Anyone been out? Anyone fish it in the winter? Some of my dad's friends did really well out there last winter.

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If you are referring to Kings lake north of Freeport, yes I've fished it in the winter and had good luck chasing crappies and a few walleyes. Didn't get into any slab crappies but decent eaters. Bill

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Hey Chris, I live just mile or two from kings and fish it quite a bit especially in the winter, so let me know what your looking for.

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how is kings for spearing ? and where is a good area to spear on the lake

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Hey GrampaRay, Kings has some nice fish for spearing if you have patience. Last year there were some nice fish speared in the 10lb range. You always have something in the hole for entertainment. But like I said you have to spend time out there. And the Ice is not safe yet as of sunday. Kings you want find a drop off or point in about 10fow just like other lakes.

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