North End of Lake

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Chironomadness, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. Mike Ediger

    Mike Ediger Active Member

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    Not a zipper-lip, Lenore. If you have ever seen fishing at the North End you will understand why all you have to say is the "North End".
     
  2. gearhead

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    If ya have ever seen the boat launch at GeneCoulon during a sockey season, that is what the North end of the lake looks like now thru may. the fish are actually herded by a floatilla of pontoon boats and tubes on one side and waders on the other, quite a site to see, i gotta admit.
     
  3. ryankmasuda

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    I'm heading up to Lenice and Lenore at the end of April, any suggestions on flies to take?
     
  4. JMitchell

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    Chiros in black, red in all sizez 12-18. You could bring a bunch of other colors, but these have been by far my two best. Some snowcones as well.

    jarron
     
  5. Gary Thompson

    Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    Lenore, madness.
    I remember the good ole days when you could not find a place to park or a rock to stand on for 5 miles from the "north end"
    I go fish some where quiet, where I can hear the birds sing, rooster pheasant crow, and the sound of big fish splashing on the end of my line.
     
  6. Birdsnest

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    Yes, you could easily launch a small boat at the midlake access.
     
  7. freestoneangler

    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    Ira speaks the truth. I personally observed he and his friend observe "Bob" catch a fish every cast for a solid hour+. I might as well fess up that I too was on the observing end for much of that day -- but then started my come back late in the 3rd quarter :)