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Scott Stein

Anyone ever fished 5 point before? seems to be good when we head up in the summer but never ice fished it before>?<

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Grady

Do you mean 5 Mile Point on Leech? I haven't fished it on ice, but, I would think weedy area adjacacent to deeper water (northeast) would be good.

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Grady

Do you mean 5 Mile Point on Leech? I haven't fished it on ice, but, I would think weedy area adjacacent to deeper water (northeast) would be good.

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Grady

Do you mean 5 Mile Point on Leech? I haven't fished it on ice, but, I would think weedy area adjacacent to deeper water (northeast) would be good.

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Scott Stein

No Five Point Lake near hackensack

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Waylon&Willy

Are you new to the area? Five Point Lake is a decent Panfish Lake just off of 371. I have not been on the lake this year yet and it usually does not get a lot of ice fishing pressure. Sorry I do not have any information for you.

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Grady

Not from the area, just a visitor. I had not heard of the lake.

We fish Leech when we are up. It is always interesting to hear about other lakes.

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Grady

Looked at Five Point on LakeMaster Contour Pro. Very nice looking structure. There are several other interesting lakes in the area as well. Pleasant looks like it would be worth a look.

I will look at the DNR lake finder and may give several of the lakes in the vicinity a try when we are up at the end of January.

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Scott Stein

We usually fish it when we are up in the summertime and usually have pretty good luck w/ panfish and northerns but have never ice fished it

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