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Parker's Lake or other NW Metro Lake

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Anybody ever fish Parker's Lake in Plymouth. Any fish there. I want to take a friends son out somewhere in the Plymouth / Maple Grove area to a lake to get fish....any other ideas? confused.gif

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Never fished Parkers Lake but thanks for the reminder that there is another spot to take the canoe and trolling motor out to...

Fish lake Park Reserve, Medicine and a few more that you can go catch fish.

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PArkers is filthy with bass and weeds, you'll catch more of one than the other. Lots of panfish too but not much size ot them.

Try Medicine.

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