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bluebeersnow

Whats the latest news on little rock lake?Are fish still floating?

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JBMasterAngler

Drove by it yesterday...still as green as ever.

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manwork19672

i live on the rock and it is no where like it was ,you can see into the water ,yes there is still some green tint to it but nothing like it was,lots of lake have green tint this year,i should not even say anything about it because i kinda like the lack of boats this year,but the fact is the lake is just fine.

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spear foot 1

Hey manwork what effects do you think it had on the lake and what do you think ice fishing will be like on the lake?

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river huntfish

Just wondering if anyone hunts waterfowl on little rock?

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manwork19672

spear foot 1, from what i saw on the fish kill i don't think it did to much harm to the lake,lots and lots of sucker and thats not a bad thing,just a few small bass,a fair amount of small sunnies and crappies mostly the same yearclass i think and just a few other fish all in all not to bad,i don't think it will play a big part in the overall take ice fishing

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mrklean

Someone told me they were going to kill the lake off? Is that just some random bs or is there truth to it.

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manwork19672

i think bs

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spear foot 1

I hope it's b.s. From what I under stand it's mostly becuz of low water. With the dry conditons here this summer the water levels were down and that makes the weeds thrive. Look at the small ponds and drainage ditches they were totaly covered . Hopefully some rain were getting now will get things flowing again.

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