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PKFISHIN

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It's been over a week since I've been fishing up there and I need to find a location where the water is somewhat clear and the fish are close to the launch point. I have a small boat with a 3.5 HP motor and do not want to get caught far out with a storm coming up. My boat won't sink but I've been caught on lakes before in a storm and have zero interest in a repeat.

My first guesses would be Roads End/Mac creek or Platter flats. Not sure about Caney or Soldier. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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A friend of mine has been catching stripers off the bank at Caney Creek so that might be a good place to start.  Not sure what the water looks like after last night.  I'm still trying to find my garden......
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My garden at PK is pretty sad. hardly any sun and recovering from hail.

Thanks for the tip.
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Sandy Beach, for the islands .
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Lakeside and fish up in Rock Creek. There's two ramps at Lakeside. The big one across from the campgrounds and the small one.
You could launch from the small one with your boat.

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