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    Default Seymour lake

    All I gots to say its a bad ass lake!!

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    Yes it is! You got it buddy!

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    shhhhh....no its terrible...no fish...all gone...

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    Too much info
    Your bait stinks and your boat is ugly

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    what area was you fishing. i've visited this lake only once and i didnt do so well. i know there are some nice sized rainbows in that thing.

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    fishing stinks. don't go there.

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    actually the fishing is good go around 4pm- to 11pm right off the easment side there are some HUGE Trout, went there and casted from the shore on a clear sunny day and had 1 on the first cast, as i reeled in a HUGEEEEEEEEEEEE trout swam by as i realed in the 19 incher, this thing was around 25-29 inches. This was 2 weeks ago so they are probably in deeper water now.

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    Seymour lake....there is no Seymour lake! hehehe

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    You guys crack me up...wesak, you get 50 lashes for starting this thread, and the rest of us all get whipped with a wet noodle for keeping it on top...

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    i didnt get skunked last weekend heheh. I trolled with cowbells tipped w/ night crawlers and caught 3 rainbows and 1 kokanee? didnt know they had those there. I saw a few nice marks at 12ft of water but couldn't get my lure down deep enough. i brought my electric downrigger with me but lost my eletrical tape somewhere near the parking area so i had no method of keeping the terminals hooked up to the battery . definately will be back with a working downrigger next time. i might try trolling flies too

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    I fished it once through the ice caught a few nice bows. Going back this weekend and going to try at a 45 to right of the public access.

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    In the winter this lake is a totally different animal. The fish seem to go separate ways. It's a slow lake in the winter. I went last weekend and fished few diffrent spots that useally do me good in the summer and got skunked and didn't see any fish ether. I will be back though. Maybe this weekend.


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    I bet you could count portable ice huts with one hand on any given day.
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    There are other lakes in the valley that have big fish. Seymour is the most well known so it becomes the sacrificial lamb.
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