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Hydes Lake

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Has anyone been out on Hydes Lake. I am thinking of heading out there this weekend.

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You will need to bring your hovercraft or else a boat

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Welcome to FM Crappiehunter99...

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Should be good!

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The weather is not cooperating. The lake is all the way open. I can't wait to get out there.

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patience. wink.gif

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Pretty good lake for crappies. Fish VERY slow, there is about a quarter inch of visibility on that lake most of the year.

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was by there thursday night and there was 1 boat out there

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Heading there now, let ya know what is up later.

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HI WERE IS HYDES LAKE I COULDNT FIND IT ON THE MAP THANKS

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If you go just east of Norwood approx 3 miles on hwy 5 you will see it on your left. To get to the landing continue past the lake and take the next left and then left again and that road will take you to the landing.

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I hope to get out there on friday, that is if I get my boat fixed.

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Should be about another week or so, need some sun to warm things up. then they will start hittin. cool.gif

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Are you saying you couldn't catch anything? Impossible. I've seen you pull crappies out of a flooded ditch.

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Hey, That's what I was doing wrong, not fishing the flooded ditches! I won't make that mistake again! grin.gif

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Any luck out there?

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Word is out and it is getting hit hard, also by people who do not adhere to the limit, size regs ect.

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