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Black Duck Lake Near Orr

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I'm trying to get some info about Black Duck Lake near ORR. Not the famous Blackduck Lake. I understand that it has walleyes in it but can't find it on the DNR lake map site. Do they still stock it? Has anyone fished it lately? Is the road still dirt and like a washboard?

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Thanks for the warm welcome and the Info. I guess this isn't one of the frequently fished lakes up north. Not when you have KAB so close.

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idaho walleye...i used to fish blackduck a few years ago...used to get nice walleyes on the far side of the "big"island....straight out from the boat landing...(which would be the southside of the island)...fished with a bobber and minnows...the reason i did this is that there are large rocks and boulders in that area down about 5 feet.......caught some nice walleyes this way on blackduck...another area is a rock reef on the west end of the lake........you will see it on a calm day ...rocks are just breaking the surfaceof the water........it's a good walleye lake ....and smallmouth......thanks.....jon smile.gif

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