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Cody Lubeley

Mitchel lake(Outing)

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i have a cabin about a mile down the road form this lake on private like called wood but i fish mitchel all the time in the summer and do very well on walleye and crappie but when i drove out i saw a bunch of perms out there and was wondering what people were catchin out there?

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How many perms and where were they from the landing?

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it was about a month ago but yeah i was looking out from the landing, it looked like there was around 10 out there and they looked like they were out really deep like 40-50FOW are the fish suspended out there?

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How is the fishing on wood? I have fished it a number of times over the years but not lately, I have caught some pretty nice panfish out of their, are they still around? Thanks...WM

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Yeah there is still some ncie sun fish in the lake and i have also gotten into some nice crappies, a lot of small pike in there, but also in the past two years ive noticed a lot more walleye than there used to be, ive only got out once this year on hard water i'd like to try and get up one or two more times

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Which cabin is yours, is it on the left facing the lake from the blacktop or the ones on the hill on the right? I know their is a few on the left and the one in the perfect spot next to the road. I have sood on their dock and fished before. To the right of that cabin in the corner next to the road I have caught some crappies in the spring.

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I'm not quit sure where you are talking about but if you know where the big beaver dam is(Possibly the most over fished spot on the lake haha) my cabin is about two cabins next to that in the corner of the back bay

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O.K., I was talking about the little part of wood lake on the other side of the culvert going into the main lake. At the end of the black top on the right after you go by Mitchell. How long you been their?

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Oh ok i think i know where you are now...Im not really sure its really my grandpas cabin but im the only one who really fishes the lake but i think hes had it for around 20 years or so

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O.K. thanks

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yep

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