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KING MILL DAM

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what kind of fishes are there?

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Just about everything has been caught there.

from Walleyes, Northerns, all 3 species of bass(smallmouth, largemouth, white), including all rough fish. Fun place to fish from shore if the crowds aren't too big.

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Where is King Mill Dam?

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IF YOUR COMING IN TO FARIBAULT ON 35W FROM THE SOUTH ,TAKE YOUR FIRST EXIT INTO FARIBAULT (LYNDALE AVE)A.K.A WHY 21 TILL YOU SEE BURGER KING(INTERSECTION OF WHY 21 & 7TH ST.)TAKE A LEFT AND YOU CAN'T MISS ITS ABOUT 1/4 MILE DOWN 7TH STREET. GOOD LUCK AND DON'T FORGET THE CHARTRUESE TWISTERS cool.gif ALSO FROM HWY 60 EAST,COME DOWN THE VIA DUCT BRIDGE FOLLOW 6O(TURNS RIGHT AT STOP LIGHT)WIGHWAY 60 WILL TURN LEFT ABOUT 3 BLOCKS AFTER THAT, YOU WILL SEE A SIGN ON A BRICK BUILING (PETERSON ART FURNITURE CO.) BUT DONT TURN STAY GOING STRAIGHT AND IT WILL TURN INTO 7TH STREET , FOLLOW THIS ALL THE WAY TO THE DAM.

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what's biting there as of now?trying to take the kid out for some action!

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HARD TO SAY, IT VARIES SO MUCH FROM ONE HOUR TO THE NEXT.

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Wow! can't believe the size of crappies that came out of there! I never knew that there were good sizes in that little spot! I'm amazed!

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