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H2O Milfoil

Any docks out yet?

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H2O Milfoil

Has anyone been out around Clearwater the past day or two and seen if the DNR has put the docks in at the landings?

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jbell1981

Haven't been to clearwater yet, but the dock is in at the north access to Maple lake.

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kc0myy

I work for cedar works in south haven (gun store). They are already having customers call and want there docks in. So big play check for me and I keep busy.

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federline

Buffalo - City Dock is in. Didn't check the state or county accesses yet.

Crawford Lake - dock is in

Dean Lake - no dock

Deer lake - not sure about the dock, but last week I saw the concrete in the access is heaved pretty bad

Constance Lake - no dock usually, but water is high, nowhere to park hardly, water has covered the access

Indian Lake - no dock as of Sunday

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jigginjim

All the docks are in on buffalo lake. The carp are moving into mill creek, caught 1 about 20lbs on 4lb line what blast. Pulaski dock has been redone it is really nice. So far only real small sunfish coming for pulaski. Crawford has been doing real well, But the reg's only allow 5 sunfish. Mink creek into Buffalo is starting to produce some sunfish and crappies. Will report on others as I have a chance to fish them.

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crowriverfisher

hey jiggin jim is it accesible legally to get to that mill creek? That sounds like alot of fun to get some big carp. Maybe you could spot some directions on how to get there? I know its in buffalo but thats about it.

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hoggs222

The dock is in on BeBee. Water temp today was at 52-53. I didn't fish though, I just dropped the boat in for 30 minutes to make sure everything was working!

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jigginjim

crowriverfisher, I fished buffalo from a boat. Mill creek flows into buffalo lake. There really is no publis access to mink creek other than roads. Several of the were real busy today with alot of fish coming from the shallowest bays in the area. Find a shallow bay on the side of a lake and you've found a hot spot until everyone esle finds it. It looks like all the wright county docks are in. It would be easier to note lakes without docks.

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