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Is there anybody that can tell me if it's worth fishing for walleyes in there (or anything else for that matter...perch, sunnies).

I know someone who lives there, but they don't have any idea what's out there. I know that there used to be decent walleye fishing within the last 5 years. I guess there are a couple of perms out there now.

Any info would be appreciated.

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Crappie and walleye are probably the biggest attraction to that lake in the winter. I haven't heard much about it this winter, but usually starts to heat up soon if it follows last year's pattern.

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Never mind my last post. I was thinking Swan Lake by Silver Lake.....doh!

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