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Just curious is there any good info out there about this lake it is real sad I only live a mile from this lake but have rarely ever fish it I have lived here for 2 yers and only been on the lake twice had ok luck but just alwys opted out for the other big name lakes around here just wondered how hard water fishing was and ant tip's would be great!

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Gator,

Walleyes and crappies run on the small side. Can get some nice sunnies. Take a look at the lake map and it fishes like it looks. Not a ton of structure but there is some.

Pressure in the winter is similar to summer, moderate for its size.

Good luck! I also live nearby. Hwy 3 area.

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I live on 8

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