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Yes. you can access it from the east or west side of the river. There is parking just east of the river and you can walk down the various trails to find your fishing spot or you can park and King fisher and find the trails. there is a asphalt trail on the west side that after a while becomes more a path than asphalt. but you can continue down without much bushwhacking all the way to the main body of the lake. the wate is very shallow there so cut through some of the foot paths to the river and you can find good access to fish.

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oh I know just tried to give a crusty responce when the whole time I herd Nelson Munts in my head going HA HA. Set myself up for it ;D
 

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TAL0362 said:
Careful Swimbait. ;D.

What Dan sometimes says, ... is a curse chant.
I think you have gone to the dark side with "he who shall not be named". If I am chanting anything it is an "anti-curse" chant.

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Swimbait...

Curses dont exist...they are urban fishing legends developed to cope with the shad in Chatfield...
 

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how then do you explain Dan's propensity for minute walleye?
Walleye Envy?


It may have been small but its still bigger than anything I ever heard Zman catching.
...what do walleyes look like again...a bigger picture would help!...
 
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