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Old 06-08-2020, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any tips on fishing from shore at fish lake? I'm going to be down there for a few hours tomorrow. I would like to get my wife and daughter some action.

Also, any tips on where to park with a trailer while trying to shore fish?
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I think you can still park in the day use area North of the lodge. Walk over to Twin Creek and cast out some garlic, salmon peach or sherbet powerbait. Works every time for me. If you want to catch perch, a red/white bubble with a worm works.
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If you’re looking for quantity, go to the fish lake lodge marina dikes, take a small gold jakes, take the big treble hook off, put a smaller one on, throw it out towards the lake side in the area the channel is/would be and you’ll slay the 6-8” Planters right at dark or right after sunrise.

If you’re lookin for quality, I have no advice. But I have seen a few bigger fish caught doing the same thing, after it gets dark.
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I think you can still park in the day use area North of the lodge. Walk over to Twin Creek and cast out some garlic, salmon peach or sherbet powerbait. Works every time for me. If you want to catch perch, a red/white bubble with a worm works.
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Old 06-29-2020, 09:58 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Probably worth renting a boat. Shore fishing is OK at Johnson's though.
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