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Scott K

Huge crappie!!!!!!

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Now that I got your attention, how is the summer fishing on url, is it as good as hard water? Is the lake over populated with fishermen? I hate fishing in crowds with my boat! Is there a good motel or cabins close? Would I be smart to try to book an early summer trip now? Thanks for any info!!

Scott,

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I'd say the fishing in open water is better then on the ice.

At least during the Spring and early summer. The eyes and crappies tend to be around but most importantly you can move around, way easier to search from a boat then drilling holes.

Figure out your date and get a reservation in. Use the Resort locater

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