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Minersville is fishing good right now. It looks like the fish have started to spread out a little. They aren't as concentrated along the shorelines as they were a week or so ago.

We've been getting two different size groups: 16" and 18-20". The fish are fiesty! They are in great shape. Those 16" fish are acrobats!

Lots of fun. Hit it while we still have water...



I couldn't help it. It just popped in there.
Dr. Raymond Stantz

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Thanks for the report!
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Shhhh! We need to keep this a secret for the Southern crowd.
J.K. most of the fish will probably be lost in August from low water.
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Wink

Is there anything better than fishing?
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Been good almost a month. Whole lake coming up just at dusky dark on fairly calm evenings. There are still a lot of big fish in the lake and last years 12” stockers are now 16”ers that are chunky sky rockets, blasting off 3 and 4 times when hooked.

Cross your fingers but I think it should make it through the summer with out too much damage.

Every year when I see the fly guys kill big fish by the truck lode in that little cove down by the dam in late summer. I always think that’s it, it’s done for. Then come spring I see just how many fish are in the lake when the whole lake comes up late for a midge hatch just before dark. And I am pleasantly suprized.

Actually been a pretty good long run for Minersville.
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Yes indeed. About a month ago...
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(This post was edited by guitarfisher on May 17, 2018, 7:20 PM)