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BobMac

Lake Rebecca by Rockford

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Anybody out there who is familier with Lake Rebecca by Rockford? I'm looking into fishing there tonight. I see the closest access point is on the east side. Is that the only access? Driving conditions and best aera to fish woud be nice to know. Thanks

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Never fished this lake in the winter. I do fish it in the summer at times for miskie. The only access is on the maintainace road to the east. There is one in the park, but I believe that is closed. Not a lake that is fished very much in the winter time. There are some good sized sunnies and crappies in the lake, just have to find them.

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Thanks. There must be other people interested as well. Ive had over 40 hits on my questions in the las hour but your the only one Ive heard back from. Thanks again

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It's been a couple of years since I have fished Rebecca, but I believe it is still doesn't allow vehicle traffic. No gas motors.

In the past I have caught Crappies on the East side just off of the road. Not the biggest Crappies in the world, but was able to weed thru for some eaters.

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Hey Bobmac, I just drove by the east access yesterday. There are signs up saying the lake is aerated and the ice is unsafe. It doesn't look like a single person has fished it, not even one snowmobile track across the lake. Besides that I haven't seen a decent panfish come out of that lake in years. Between the muskie eating everything and the hundreds of mungs taking EVERYTHING out don't know that there's a whole lot in there. I wouldn't waste my time personally.

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