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Hello all,

I moved to a few blocks of Stanley lake recently. I am hoping to go check it out soon. Anybody know of whats in there? Any Wipers?

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Gene
 

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I also live right below the dam of stanley and have fished it for many years, there are wipers, smallies, walleyes (state record is from there) trout, perch, catfish pretty good fishery allaround.
 

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i havent been to standly lake in at least 6-7 years, but do still not alow people to walk the dam?
 

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Just got back from Standley, my Dad caught 2 nice trout, 2-3 lbs each, and me 1 little 8" stocker. we would still be out there but the wind is bad, guessing 30-35 mph, real rough. We were drifting crawlers looking for walleye, water temp at surface 51 degrees.
The gate opens at 6:30, the cost is $13.00 for the day, 20 hp or less, or you can buy a season pass for $170.00, a little steep but there are some nice fish (walleye, smallmouth, and trout) and during the week there are few boats out (until the water warms and the skiers are out). It's close to home and $13.00 is only 4 gallons of gas, or 60 miles, depends how you look at it.
 

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there is also the free gait! u have to do a little walking, not much but its on the 100th ave side. u park and walk for free!
 
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