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    Default Carpenter lake.

    anyone know much about this lake? any suggestions about it? how to fish there.

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    I've caught some nice fish in there, the are definitely there. Best luck I've had is trolling or twitching some night crawlers under a bobber right at the boat launch, they wouldn't hit any fly thrown at them that day. This was right after ice out though. We ice fish it between the points when you turn left and have had good success. There's definitely some nice fish in there.

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    How big of a boat can you put in that lake? I have a 24 foot phantom. Is that too big? "fishon"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the fisher View Post
    How big of a boat can you put in that lake? I have a 24 foot phantom. Is that too big? "fishon"
    Carpenter is a non-motorized lake. Can't even ride a snowmachine on it.

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    Kool thanx for the update bro...
    Quote Originally Posted by Kuch View Post
    Carpenter is a non-motorized lake. Can't even ride a snowmachine on it.
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    I put a 9 foot pontoon boat on it with a electric trolling moter. I think that is legal.

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    http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...ail&LakeID=453 here is the link to ADF&G webpage for Carpenter lake.

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    There's no fish in this lake.....lol At least for me anyway! Bigcox has caught some nice ones during some ice fishing trips we have taken.

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    That AKDFG page states Winter Motor Vehicle ban. It states nothing about boat motors. Might have to check it out... "fishon"
    Quote Originally Posted by AllAlaskan View Post
    http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...ail&LakeID=453 here is the link to ADF&G webpage for Carpenter lake.
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    what I saw on the web site for F&G you can run any size motor you want , you just have to get there it is unimproved an mud so be carful

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    It is super shallow between the points. I have grounded a canoe before lol! I don't think I would take more than a jon boat on that lake. It is pretty small a great canoe lake.

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