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Chaddjurg

Lake/Pond Behind Menards

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I was driving on Highway 52 today and noticed a pond behind Menard's South. Does anyone know anything about this area of water? I noticed a couple of people fishing on it. Is it a public body of water?

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It is private. I'm not sure who owns it.

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There is actually 2 ponds to the south of menards south. The 1st one or the furthest north one is very new as of last year. it is a water collection area and i am pretty sure it is fishless. The second one the one further south does have fish however i don't think they want anyone in there the last time i drove down that road that goes to it there was a 4X8 sheet of plywood with words of disrouagement on it that you couldn't miss if you were making an attempt at tra'pspassing. Again good luck and let us know how it goes if you get a chance to fish some of these private ponds. ike

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