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Eric_Koenig

Pughole Lake

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Did anyone read the paper about Pughole. Is it true about the bite being on or not? Looking at taking my six year old out this weekend but don't want to travel too far. Thanks!!!!

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I can't believe he would put that in the paper. Small lakes like that don't need that kind of publicity. I bet that the next nice weekend we have we'll see a lot of traffic on Pughole. Just my .02.

Brian

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I noticed quite a few houses out last SAT. when we were headed up to Caribou. That doesnt mean the fish are biting. Nothing draws a crowd like a crowd.

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Fished pughole tonight and caught 1 in 3 hours. I knows theres fish there just couldn't get them to bite tonight.

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Take lots of bait for the baby bluegills

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Does anyone fish Day lake in the winter?

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