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luckycrank

reohmhildts lake (spelling?)

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anyone have any info on this lake? the dnr net surveys say that

30 percent of bluegills captured where over 8"

how is this lake for ice fishing

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donno but for a tiny pond and okay duck hunting it sure is deep in the center! just a bowl though like every other lake around there so you kinda got just try some things out as far as locations and presentations...never fished it though so good luck to ya!

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duck slough ya say???????? always lookin for new shoots!!!!

now I gotta go inspect it.

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I fished it several years back and had a pretty good time. A lot of small bass & gillys then. Neat & fun little lake though. I'd like to ice-fish it someday.

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never ice fished there but i do open water fish and do good on big gills smaller bass and northerns

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Great fishery and always quiet. Late February and March are the times of year to focus on.

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Roehmildts Lake has been for years, a late bite lake. When you think the ice is no longer safe those gils in Ro. bite the best.

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Wow, a new lake to duck hunt and a new lake to fish during late ice. You guys rock! Keep them coming boys. Right Rob!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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