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Old 11-03-2013, 07:23 PM   #12
ADKpikebuster
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When i'm looking for new spots to fish i just use Google maps and look for different ponds that are off the beaten path. I then go to http://www.adirondacklakessurvey.org/ and click on historical ALS data then I look at the body of water that i'm interested in fishing. It gives a species list of the fish in that particular lake or pond and a min/max depth of the water. Keep in mind that the sample population taken from the lakes is around 25 years old so its not up to date however its a great starting point. Then from there i load up the ol' radisson pick up a six pack of the best and send it for the woods
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