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Kalmar township reservoirs

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HAS ANYONE HEARD ANY MORE INFO ON THE OPENING OF THE RESERVOIRS AND HAS ANYONE FISHED THEM. I LIVE IN BYRON AND I HAVE NO CLUE WHERE THEY ARE. ARE THERE ANY FISH IN THEM? WHERE ARE THEY?

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The resevoirs that you are talking about are near the Landfill off of County Road 156. If you are on 14...take County Road 104 north and then go west on County Road 156. There will be one flood control dam on the south side of the road (not too sure if you can fish that one...I am pretty sure that there is no public access). The other resevoir is off of 70th Ave NW going north off of County Road 156. This resevoir does have public access off of the road.

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