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kingspade651

Markgrafs Lake Woodbury

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Anybody fish this lake in the winter? Ive fished it about 6 years ago a lot in the summer and did real well on largemouths and crappies. Nothin of real size but it was still fun. Just curious if anyone has ever iced this lake

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i didnt know there were any gamefish in there. dnr site doesnt show anything for it.

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I tried it once last year. Lots of 5" sunnies and a handful of bullheads. Havnt been back. I dont recall finding deeper water than 9' and that was in middle the northern half. Im guessing it winter kills often.

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Yeah i wouldnt expect much in the winter, but that used to be a fun summer lake. I've caughten a lot of 12-15in largemouths and all the time 8in crappies i could handle but that was years ago

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