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A friend of mine just moved onto Comfort Lake a little northeast of Forest Lake on Hwy 8. Wondering if anyone out there ever fishes it in the winter? How is it? Is it mainly crappie action?

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Hey,
I lived on little comfort for 19 years of my life and my parents still live there. It was a really good crappie and sunny lake but it was fished out because of the small size of the lake back in the mid 90's and hasn't recovered. There have been several people fishing on it but like I said. The size of the crappie and sunny are all right around the same length, small. The only real big fish in the lake are carp which have sucessfully pushed most of the other game fish out.

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