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Lizzie or Lida

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Which one is better and how deep are the fish.

any info would be great thanks

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Lida was alright to begin... it has slowed down substantially.

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well tomarrow i am going to head to lizzie and try it out

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Is the public access on the west side the only way to access lizzie? I hate pulling my wheeeler trailer down there...guess I could park at the top and wheeler in but if there is an easier way I'm all about that!

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you dont want to go to lizzie that lake is like slush but if you can get on there it is excellent fishing at least thats wat i know of when i was there today and caught a 5 pound northern but i would rather go to Lida because it looks way safer

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You can get on Lizzie from the Boes Beach road. Between Sand Lake & Lakeland Store look for street sign 470th on Hwy 59. Go up the hill right on Boes Beach it will wind past houses & around a small slough to a private driveway. Follow driveway stay to the left between cattails & a green & white doublewide. This is Delmar Lammers property he allows access through his yard. There is a donation box there if you feel like dropping a couple bucks for easier access to the lake.

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Thanks WTN! I have heard of that guy before but forgot the directions. Any good reports from there? Sounds like alot of frustration...

Any place to park by the yard there?

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anybody driving or pulling houses out there? i'm guessing by the look at the weather this week it should be safe by saturday

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