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Peltier To George Watch

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I was wondering if anyone knows how the spring fishing is below the dam at peltier lake and all the way downstream to george watch? Is the canoe launch still there? I fished it once years ago in the fall and didn't catch anything...lot's of carp there. Maybe it's different in the spring? Crappies? Sunnies? Anything? Any info would be great! Thanks in advance.

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I launched at that canoe launch last week and kayaked into George Watch, so the access is still there. I fished a little below the dam and caught some little bullheads. That's pretty much all that was going on.

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