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Old 05-22-2015, 03:27 PM   #1
Kaiser
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Question Fishing around Lewey Lake

Hi,

I am camping with my wife at Lewey Lake at the end of August. We have never been to the Adirondacks before and are looking at getting some fishing in. We will not be bringing a boat but would rent one if that is an option. I do a lot of shore fishing where I live and our campsite is right on the creek connecting Lewey Lake and Indian Lake. We will also have our fishing licences.

From scouring the message board already, it seems like Lewey Lake is good for Northerns and Smallies. I'm mostly interested in smallies, perch and trout. Northerns are fun to catch, but I'm not really interested in eating them. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated.
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