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Battle Creek Ponds

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I was curious if anybody has fished the ponds in Battle Creek Park?

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About four years ago I fished them and caught a few small perch and hybrid sunnies but the main attraction was the carp they were HUGE! biggest I caught was 22lbs. and I saw others that were bigger. I believe the ponds winter killed big time in '03 because I havnt even seen any carp the past few years. The ponds I believe are silting in too much to sustain many fish through the winter.

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Thanks I'll start checking it out after ice out

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