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10-19-2010 12:03 AM
xxxxxxxxbatkinson
Re: Chinns???

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Originally Posted by Jörmungandr
i'd say go to chinn's... just throw the greenbacks back. fall river reservoir is probably gonna be good too for brookies, especially since they will be eating fast since ice on is probably only a few days away up there...
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10-18-2010 11:56 PM
xxxxxxxxbatkinson
Re: Chinns???

well i guess ill have to find a new fishing spot to 4 wheel to. any spots your willing to share. not asking for a honeyhole, just a nice lake to get away from crowds that holds a fish or two worth eating over a campfire.
10-18-2010 09:26 PM
xxxxxxxxbatkinson
Re: Chinns???

thanks for the info. how packed does it get in the summer? is it worth planning a camping trip to get away from crowds up there or is it a pretty popular spot? we only saw one person yesterday but its the middle of october...
10-18-2010 08:07 PM
dlux
Re: Chinns???

IMHO No....lots of traffic. Stock fest, but there could be a piggie or two
10-18-2010 04:59 PM
xxxxxxxxbatkinson
Chinns???

so did some four wheeling this weekend and ended up unexpectedly at a lake called chinns lake. i saw some small fish swimming around and a sign that said there's some splake in there. i'm just wondering if there's anything of decent size in there? also how deep is it? the water is super low and im not sure if it will even be worth fishing next summer..... thanks for the info

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