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junior9

Fish Lake (Scott County)

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Anybody been out on Fish? Any action? Hows the ice conditions.

Thanks,

junior

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I measured 13" everywhere I drilled the last few days but anywhere from 2-4" on top is white and crappy. The fishing was not good. I got 3 walleyes and they were tiny. tried for panfish as well and got zero. Oh, 1 eye on rocks and 2 in the weeds if that helps. Snow is getting deep! I will spend my time on more producyive lakes before I try fish lake again.

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Anyone know if they are driving on the lake? Has anyone plowed? With the depth of snow and some physical limits its getting hard to walk. Was there a ton of people out. I drove by McMahon the other day and it was packed.

Thank you, good luck and be safe.

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I got skunked on Fish last week...

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