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Lake Arbutus – Crappie and Walleye

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

At 774 acres, Lake Arbutus offers anglers plenty of room to roam. During the summer months, the lake is a well-known musky spot, producing some huge fish. But, during the winter, anglers go out in search of the plentiful walleye. Anglers use both tip-ups and jigging to coax walleye into biting. Ice fishermen also concentrate their efforts on Lake Arbutus’s crappie, which are found in good numbers throughout the lake. Make plans to fish this outstanding lake.

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