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the squirrel

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the squirrel

Hey guys i am going up on friday on the east side any suggestions? maybe lakeside or liberty beach would those places be any good? Going with 4 wheelers and portables.

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rmrakt

I was out of Liberty's on Saturday and Sunday. Did ok from 6PM and thru the night but nothing during the day (except a couple of small Perchies). Was in 25 feet on the rocks at 2 Mile. Had a buddie at 30 feet (muck to rock transition) that did great on Friday night but really slowed down on Saturday for him too. Not sure if it was the crowds or the cold front that went thru. Talked with a few others and they said Sat and Sunday was very slow at 2 Mile and 3 Mile reef as well. The Perch haven't seemed to school up yet either. Need some stable weather and people tip toeing I think. Good luck and.....uh....STAY AWAY FROM LAKESIDE!

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gone fishn

I thought there was someone who had pretty good luck going out lakeside.....lol

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rmrakt

nah....even heard the Walleyes were mean out front of LAKESIDE.....

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Dave

Ah, jeepers, you had to say Lakeside, didn't ya..........lol

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the squirrel

So Lakeside is that bad how do they stay in buisness? who are these people? Is this a family owned resort. How much is it to go out of these places $8 or is there a public access over there?


Hook'em & cook'em

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the squirrel, can't go wrong with McQuoid's. I have fished out of McQuoid's a couple times and did real well. The people there are nice too. Good Fishing, Matt.

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I would recommend going out of Lakeside. Don't listen to what others have been saying. In my own experiences the staff has been very friendly and they have also put me on the fish, which is an added bonus. The lady working at the bar is a very nice lady and so are the men that are driving the resort trucks. Very helpful staff. I would highly recommend Lakeside.

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the squirrel

I am very confused now about lakeside? Some say its good others bad. How far do you have to travel out of lakeside a mile or two? If these guys are out of hand i will have uncle curt aka Mr.Perfect take care of them lmao.


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rmrakt

Please ignore ELW who is the same pesky person as IKeepNonSlots, ILLEGAL Fisherman etc, etc.... He is stirring the pot in other forums too. Wish this forum could ban this kid based on the IP address (which has been shown to be the same in other forums).
I've had bad experiences there (even in front of my young son who asked why that mean man was so mad at us...all I did was politely ask a question) and if you read around, other people have had similar experiences. On the other hand some people have not had a problem with the resort. I guess the best thing to do is test the waters for yourself and create your own opinion. Just be prepared.

[This message has been edited by rmrakt (edited 01-24-2002).]

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