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I have a friend who owns a lake house on Wayne lakes in Greenville who is letting us stay there Friday through Sunday. ANyone know if there is any good fishing and what I should try? Any type of fish. What is in there anyways?
 

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I know that the lakes there are pretty good for bass and bluegill. The lakes are former gravel pits, so they are clear, cold, and deep.

I think they require a fishing permit though to fish on the lakes. Since your buddy has a house there, I don't know if they waive that or not, might be something to ask especially if the DNR is strolling around.
 

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I don't know if the residents need a pass or not, but I don't think the DNR has any jurisdiction there. Those lakes aren't owned by the State.
 

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Wow! former gravel pits... I know there was several of them when I drove by the house. She says that she has a fishing permit for the house and a conoe, a small boat, and a paddle boat. Also she has a great big deck on the lake off the back of the house. I guess bass with spinners or rubber worm, or crappie with minnows, or blue gill with wax worms. This is from reading on their website. I also heard there are a few walleye and perch but more rare and only certain lakes. They are pretty small lakes by riving by them so I thought shallow. But hopefully not.lots of topwater algae on them though.,
 

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in the 80's when I was a kid we would catch huge crappies on a mid size beatle spins w/white and black. What lake are you fishing?
 
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