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Pat Mayse #13314967 10/17/19 10:25 PM
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Anyone have any info on Pat Mayse? I'm looking to relocate to that area, I've heard the crappie fishing has been good, looking for information on the lake- not your holes. thanks.


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Re: Pat Mayse [Re: hunter1st] #13317133 10/20/19 06:48 PM
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Have not fished much lately, but the lake does have some good crappie in it. There are a lot of brushpiles out there, just have to put in the time to find good locations or build your own. Should be getting better now that the water is cooling down some. Has both black and white crappie.





Re: Pat Mayse [Re: hunter1st] #13317162 10/20/19 07:29 PM
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I know someone who used to fish there regularly with his Dad. His dad was well known in the area for crappie from that lake. I've even been to a fish fry with fish supplied by his dad. Dad was a super nice gentleman. Had some great stories.


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