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Old 04-30-2006, 11:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any of you guys that have fished Lake Macanahey (i think thats how its spelled) recently? my last trip there was a bust...wind and blowing sand pretty much made it a horrible time. this time well be onshore looking for cats. if any of you know of any decent areas that might hold a fish to two (away from the crowds and deep sand) let me know...we might be heading up there to try it next weekend if the weather holds out...and if you might be going up there PM me if you want to link up....the more the merrier when it comes to me and catfishing....
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Old 04-30-2006, 11:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Shoot man come down and fish for whisker fish at pueblo with me lol
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Is pueblo fishing any good right now? if it is...that might be tempting....
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If you want good action but want to get away from the crowds, wind, etc. , fish Lake Ogalalla just below Kingsley dam at Lake Mac. When they let water thru the spillway its like a dinner bell for fish. Lots of walleyes, trout, catfish, and wipers in there.
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