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so this is my first year of realy geting in to the ice fishing thing. can any one tell me any thing about stahl. is it better to fish the west marsh side of the lake. and how about bell ben there a coupl of times but dont like to be part of the vilage. looking for panfish suns,crapys ext. any help would be great.

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If you want to fish Stahl for panfish, go to the North end by the last house on the East side of the lake. This lake is not my first pick, kind of a dead sea at times. Lots of small panfish......

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thank you deerdriver. can you let me know were a better lake is to get on

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If you are looking to find panfish I might suggest trying Dans lake near french lake or possibly collinwood.

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