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Ice report and fishing activity on Franklin by Dunvilla

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Does anyone know of the ice conditions and if any fishing success on Lake Franklin near Lizzy? Thanks for any info...

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I cant give you a fishing report..I have not made it to those lakes yet...but I have been fishing on Lida...which isnt too far away..and there was about 10 inches of solid ice about a week ago.....hope this helps.

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I just heard over the weekend that they are getting some on that lake. It is on a big dropoff -- you will know where, there is a small village there, so I hear.

I was thinking about trying it myself. Franklin is a good lake in the summer so ..........

BTW -- 18 feet.

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DO they still have that reduced limit for crappies in effect for Franklin?

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