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Pleasant Lake

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i was just wondering how much ice is out there and if anybody is catching any thing out ther and if there is wht kind of fish and depth of water u in thnks so much if u can help me out

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Should we bait the hook for you to? jk but theres like 6 inches last time i heard.

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i was out yesterday and there was like 8" but all the weeds out from the launch are dead already

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There is a good 8-10 inches of ice, fishing was slow, wasnt marking to much where i was but ice was good.

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That lake usually puts out a few eyes this time of year in 20 or so feet off of the point strait out and to the right of the access, thinking about heading out there Sunday at some point and will post results if i go there.

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Is there a way to get to the south end with-out parking at the access? No 4-wheeler or sled and it is a bit of a hike.

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I've seen people come out off the south point, but it is private. The only way I've ever gotten to the south end was to drive from the access. That would be a VERY long walk through the snow!!

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I drove down there but its all private, could ask someone if you could go through there yard best bet, wouldnt want your truck getting towed for trespassing.

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I do believe that if you take Pleasant Road as far as it will take you, there is a small access point on the east side of the lake. There is a small point over there that I think looks like a small sand bar. I have never been on the lake but I am very familiar with the roads and layout of the shore.

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There is only one place for the public to get on the lake. Anywhere else you need permission from a landowner. Someone owns that small point so you can't just go and use it, people with permission do though.

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Pleasant lake is not that sweet, if you are thinking about trespassing to get out there to fish, find a new lake!!

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The walk is worth it! I have been taking that hike to the southern part of the lake for several weeks now and had considerable success! Not going to divulge specific spots..but use your Marcum or Vex and the crappies will show up a foot or 2 off the bottom. GL and be sure to only take what u need smile.gif

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