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Sauer Lake

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Are there any panfish in Sauer Lake.

It seems to have a great access and I know the restrooms are clean, had to make a pit stop. grin.gifgrin.gif

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there are more then just sunnies in that lake laugh.gif I used to fish the lake when I was younger and I have one on the wall that is 29 3/4. Nice lake but haven't had much luck in the recent years but straight south of the access is a sunken island that holds a lot of sunnies.

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there used to be some nice crappies in there, but like just about every other area lake, once word got out, it got hit hard and cleaned out. I also heard that there are some nice eyes and pike in there too, but I've never hooked up with one in there.

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there are catfish in the lake also

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