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My buddy invited me up to his cabin, it is on a small lake right behind Greystone. I forget the name of the lake. Does anybody know which lake I am talking about, and, if so, does anyone have advice on how to fish it? Advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks, and see you at Greystone!

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yourresort

Round lake is a fairly private lake with no access to Otter Tail Lake or River. I also have not fished it, but have heard that it has a variety of fish. We have some early season Crappie fishermen that sneak over there and do quite well.

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Gissert

That lake is Round Lake. Sorry, I have never fished it, so I cannot offer any advice.

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eelpout#1

Fished the lake once in early May. All I remember is lots of bass and a few nice crappies at the edge of the rushes. We asked around and someone told us of an access (not much of one) just off the gravel road. The access was just a concrete pad. It was fun once but we never went back.

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