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Yesterday I was snooping around on the DNR website on their topo maps looking for new lakes to try in the Frazee/Vergas area. I stumbled upon two lakes that I am wondering are worth a trip, so I am wondering if anyone has any info on them. The two lakes are Hook and Ida, both near Trowbridge lake. Not looking for specifics, just what might be in them, and if they are good night lakes. If you'd rather not post, just shoot me an email. Again, I'm not looking for anyones honey hole, just if they'd be worth a try for crappies and gills.

Thanks for any info.

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The lake Ida you were looking at was great a number of years ago. Huge bluegills and nice Crappies but it got hit real hard. There were nights that there were prably 30 or 40 cars and trucks out there. The farmer on the south end let us drive through his pasture to get on the lake,but has since closed it off. My buddies have tried it since, walking of the road on the north end but have not had much luck. They have not been back for a couple of years so maybe it has come back. If it has it can be some great fishing for a while.

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Thanks for the info, that's too bad. I hate to see a small lake like that get pounded. Maybe we should get together and try it out, what do you think?

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