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Murphy Lake

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Looking for more info. on Murphy Lake off of Hwy 53. by Porky's. Anyone with any input about fishing the lake, your info. is greatly appreciated!

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Fish the 20ft hole for crappies. They typically run small but you can sort through them to get a meal. Best time of day for me has been 8am-10am.

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Like the Capt said alot of sorting. Good lake in the summer for some nice LGM and decent slimers of the island on the far end of the lake. The launch can be kinda of nasty if the lake is down.>>>later the load

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