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Hello I was wondering if someone knows anyone who live on or know a way to get on Lake Alice up by lake George, if so please email me essig at hotmail (Contact US Regarding This Word). Any info would be great thanks.

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There is not a way to get on unless you know someone. There is no public access (and we like it that way) wink.gif

It is a very tricky body of water. I am still learning how to fish it after four years. It's not a lake you can go out and hammer (most times of the year) on your first trip.

Hattie, just to the north and connected by flowage, has a very rough access and is a pretty similar lake with more acreage and structure. It sees very little pressure. I would suggest you give that a shot.

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you guys dont worry about lake alice there is no fish in it at ALL. i am just kidding, my grandparents have been on the lake for about 40 years,and i pretty much have spent my whole life fishing it and the lake never stops amazing me. i will be heading up there this weekend for the first time this winter i usaully do pretty good, big craps, northerns, jumbos, and nice sunnies.

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which cabin is yours lake alice? i am a little surprised to meet someone else with a cabin there. small world...the privacy is awesome though huh?

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Hey Booner

We are between Bud and Walt on the east side (if you know them, everyone seems to know Bud). We have a white floating dock and a canoe rack. It's my folks place, but I think I use it the most. Yes it's one of the newer big ones (thankfully I'm not paying the

mortgage...yet). We've been there four years and you are right, she is truly a unique lake in many ways. Let's swap some info via email and we'll have to get together and fish, maybe we've met already.


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you guys have a beutiful place, no offense but i was dissapointed when i saw i them new ones go up, i remember when there was 3 docks in the water up there, and that was'nt all that long ago, not that big of a deal still VERY peaceful. my grandmas place was alomst straight across the lake from you, her lot is very open, the house is white with a big wrap around deck, she sold it a couple years ago, but my other grandparents have a place there to it is on the north end, red cabin, right next door to the guy with the trailer home and the nice lund boat.my uncle and my grandmas brother also have a place there.


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