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I have a friend that owns some land on this lake, and I'm looking for any help on where to find some panfish, or even if there are any in there. For those of you that may be wondering, it is connected to Little Cormorant through a small creek. You can see it off of County 6 just past the intersection where the Pit 611 is. Any tips would be appreciated.

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Peter, the north shore of the lake has quite a bit of timber etc under water, and drops off fairly quick compared to the so side. both bays on the north side have produced for me as well as the corner closest to the pit. deepest water in the lake is 39'.

here's a good one, I guess the allure of being on one of the Cormorants has a developer is in the process of trying to get the lakes name changed to....LOWER Cormorant.... being north of Big C confused.gif

If it must change, how about LITTLE cormorant...

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That developer is a friend of mine (he's not really a "developer", just got it at a good price), and don't believe everything you read laugh.gif. You know how the media can make things look shocked.gif. He doesn't really care what the name is, he and the other land owners wouldn't mind it being something other than Bullhead, that's about the jist of it. It's funny how the front page news is about the county commissioner meeting for a lake name change that is supported by the DNR cool.gif, being from New Jersey where that would probably be the smallest print in the paper, I find it rather amusing. If you have any more insight such as depth, time of day, species, please shoot me an email. Thanks Minneman.

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