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I hear there should be brook and cuts in here, but I was up this weeked and although I saw about 200 people I didn't see anyone fishing.  Makes me think there is a reason no one fishes it. Anyone have any input?
 

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I usually snowboard there a couple of times in the summer. I have only ever seen one person fishing. My wife and I did walk around the entire lake last spring and we saw a lot of trout real close to shore. The next time I go I will take a rod and reel for sure.
 
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Someone told me once that it is private and that there is a fee to fish it. I've never been there, so that's all second hand.
 

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Fly-fished it last year. It was full of zillions of miniature Brookies rising everywhere. Beautiful fish - almost tropical looking, but under 10". If you?re one of those people who can tolerate catching tiny Brook Trout, go for it.
 

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it is a private lake for the residents of the area and they have to pay 50 dollars a pass. i have afriend who lives in alice
 

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i'm talking abouth the one by the condos
 

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I didn't know there were more lakes. I did the 15 minute or so hike up the trail and get to marys lake. You're saying to keep going? I didn't even notice there was more trail? Do you know the name of the other lakes?
 

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I didn't know there were more lakes.  I did the 15 minute or so hike up the trail and get to marys lake.  You're saying to keep going?  I didn't even notice there was more trail?  Do you know the name of the other lakes?
Not sure, but maybe he is referring to the lakes off to the North West directly below James Peak or the lakes above Loch Lomond. There are no lakes above the glacier, just tundra and James Peak.
 
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