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Lowrider06

Big Kandi

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How's the fishing out there? Thinking about giving it try

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If you don't mind fishing in Pea soup it can be good.  I tried to go out of county park #1 access 2 weeks ago and you couldn't get to the dock as it was about 8' from the shore.  It was also really bad with blue green algae.  ended up going home and had to pressure wash the boat and trailer it was so very thick.  There are better lakes in the area to fish in my opinion, or wait until the weather cools down and the lake gets back to normal.

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I left the spare tire to my trailer out at the landing tonight.  If you picked it up, would you please let me know.  Thanks.

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Looking for report on water level.

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PUT THE DOCK IN LAST WEEKEND AND THE WATER WAS TOO HIGH FOR THE LAST SECTION TO GO IN WITHOUT THE WAVES COMING OVER THE WADERS...SO i WOULD SAY A LITTLE HIGH FOR EARLY SPRING.  SORRY FOR THE ALL CAPS.  Too lazy to do it over.

 

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Thanks King!

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