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fredjones

Peterson Lake

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ive been wanting to go out there but every one i talk to won't tell me how to get there your wait they are catching any help would be great

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Ive never been to it but know where it is. As it looks theres a couple ways to get to it but I would take 12 west of Litchfield to Grove City or whichever is better to get to Grove City for you. Probably the easiest is to go 4 miles west of Grove City on 12 and take a right to the north. Go about 4 miles on that and take a right and head straight east about 1/2 mile to the lake.

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dont waste your time all thats been biting there are 6- 10 inch

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