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stanchfeild lake ?

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has anyone fished stanchfeild lake west of grandy i was out there 10 years ago and did well on northerns and 1 time i cought some awesome crappies but the lake is so small that one year it can be fished out well hope someone can help thanks

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Lots and lots of rough fish

And crappies/if you can find them,the best time to hit them is after ice out

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ya there used to be huge northerns in there i wounder if it is getting alot of pressure

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There are a few northerns in it. Not as many as there used to be. Also some crappies,gills and perch but most are small. Get's hit pretty hard too.

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Ive never fished the lake, but I have been driving by there the last couple of days, and during mid-day, mid-week, there was on average at least 10 people fishing out there.

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Little Stanchfeild is really nothing more than a back water of the Rum river,so migration is a issue too. Certain times of the year will be better than other times.If it swims in the Rum there is a good chance it'll be swimming in Little Stanchfield lake too..

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