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Anyone have any info? I am not usually a lake person but thought it might be fun.
 

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Weird lake. There are some fat fish in there but they die every winter. Restock in spring, grow big and fat, then die.
 

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If you want to fish shallow, weedy shores, with crowds of families with ----trophies off of their leashes, flat landers on their way up to "climb" Mt Evans and people chucking bait from lawn chairs all day, it's the spot for you! Also a popular place for field trips and large group outings because of the parking and picnic facilities. Get there early, parking fills quick and can be a bear to get out of at the end of the day.
 

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If you want to fish shallow, weedy shores, with crowds of families with ----trophies off of their leashes, flat landers on their way up to "climb" Mt Evans and people chucking bait from lawn chairs all day, it's the spot for you! Also a popular place for field trips and large group outings because of the parking and picnic facilities. Get there early, parking fills quick and can be a bear to get out of at the end of the day.
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I hear M-60's and M-80's are good for "trophies off the leashes", prolly work for flat landers as well. >:D
 
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