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Old 12-30-2000, 06:30 PM
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does anyone know of a lake in kent county with good walleye numbers. I herd wabasis lake has some, is this true??????? if so any spots???????

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Old 01-01-2001, 08:14 AM
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Hey Gomer, I'm not sure about Wabasis but Lincoln Lake has some( Also in Montcalm county-Clifford lake, Sessions lake-Ionia county).Can't think of any others at the moment. GOOD LUCK> How about any good pike lakes that you know of?
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pike lakes?

ummm some good ones are Wabasis, both Brower lakes, Meier, the bayous of the grand, the ponds in dwight lydell park in comstock park has a bunch also but the are smaller. thats about all i know right now that have good numbers. Brenners bait shop on west river drive might know of some and Cannon sports on M44 might also.
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THANKS GOMER, I just thought of another way for you to find walleye lakes. Check with the DNR. They can send you planting records for counties you're interested in. Possibly over the internet nowadays. I got some planting records from them a few years ago by mail.
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thanks ill give it a try
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Silver lake in Rockford has a good population of walleye. Also try Big Whitefish, it's a little out of Kent but walleye action can be pretty good at time's.
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hey Mechanical head,

i live on that lake (the one by Bostwick and bella vista). i have caught only one walleye in 7 years of fishing there. nice one though. DO you fish there much in the winter? what part of the lake have you had good luck on them and on what? maybe we could fish sometime?

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You guys are forgeting the number one site in Kent county for some eyes, the Grand River.
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Look on this site's homepage, you can get the DNR fish stocking numbers. Takes a little while but worth it. Chad.
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