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Orvis

Long Lake (By Stalker lake)

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Orvis

Does anybody fish this lake?
Any success?

Is it highly develeloped now?

My family had a cabin on ther from 1970-90.

Caught tons of nice bass, crappies and a few nice walleyes.

Just curious on how the lake is doing!!

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Jim Orvis
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swampman

I fish long lake whenever I get up there, my wifes family has a cabin near Ashby so I like to go over and fish the Dalton area. Its not developed that bad and the bass fishing can be pretty good. I never have hit the walleyes there but they do still catch some at times I hear. Nice lake usually fairly clear to.

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GRAND DAD

Very pretty lake fished it about 4 times last year didn't get to much it's hard to keep all the little sunfish of your line and they are all over hundreds of them!!

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FishandFowl

I have fished this lake a few times just after Ice out but never with much luck. My parents live just outside of Dalton. I spend most of my time up there on the home lake but do venture out on some of the other lakes around. One thing for sure is that there is plenty of opportunities on those lakes to do well on all species.

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Juice

There some pretty descent fish in there. Me and my friends have pulled some nice fish out of there. Such as some 10+lbs northerns and some 5-6.5 bass out of there. Walleyes are pretty hard to come by out there. But we managed to hook on to some on the south end of the lake past the island. Trolling the east shore with shad raps. Its not fished all that hard, so there in there. Good LucK!

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