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sheilds general info

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will be bringing my wife and 8 yr old niece to the water next weekend. i am hopeing to get some general info regarding bait,driving on lake, mom&pop restaurant for lunch. fished this lake with my grandfather many years ago, great memories.i hope to pass on a few more. rogers resort i think. is it still there? aah! the good ole days. thanks for all your help.

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there if good food available at the lodge in shieldsville

also there is a convienance store/bait shop called the one stop there as well they may point you in the right direction if not I may be able to give you a couple locations to look, but not over this web page

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thanks for the info. need your email or respond to jen_terry@comcast.net

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