Lake Redman 9/24/11

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2011/09/26 09:43:09 (permalink)

Lake Redman 9/24/11

Fished Lake Redman Saturday from 4pm-8pm. Caught a few small LM, and two smallies. Biggest LM was 4.8#.
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    bigesox11
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    RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2011/10/08 20:16:58 (permalink)
    Fished Lake Redman again today.  Fishing was horrible and the water had an odd green tint to it.  Must have been 15-20 boats.  Talked to three or four boat and nobody did any good.  It sure was an awesome day though.  They just don't always cooperate.  LOL
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    Re: RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2017/02/16 15:01:52 (permalink)
    Is this lake worth fishing.  I fish Lake Marburg (Codorus) often but am looking for other places in the Adams/York area.  Not fishing for anything specific......just anything that bites.
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    Re: RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2017/02/21 14:31:36 (permalink)
    Sorry I can't help you out, but years ago I was at a sport show held at the Johnstown War Memorial arena, and at one of the taxidermy displays there was a stringer of yellow perch , very nicely done. They were well above the size that  I usually catch. I commented to the man who was in charge of the display that I thought the work done on the fish was top notch, or words to that effect. Anyway, I asked him where they were caught and he replied, lake Marburg. Like I said, that was many many years ago. I never did get around to fishing there. I wonder if it is still producing nice size perch. Hope no one thinks this is a spot burn. If so I will delete it.
    post edited by bigfoot - 2017/02/21 14:34:59

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    Re: RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2017/02/21 15:09:31 (permalink)
    No, Lake Marburg is a very nice State Park. It just seems to be heavily fished. We have caught some really nice size fish out of there. They have a park office that has fish mounted on the wall that were caught in the lake. Big ones. I haven't fished Lake Redman so I was asking if it's good fishing there. Thanks for the reply tho. Won't be long now and we'll be fishing from our kayaks again. Yay
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    Re: RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2017/02/21 18:07:51 (permalink)
    If you have kayak or boat it is worth checking out. Very limited shore access. My cousin lives right by the lake. He doesn't have a boat, so passes by it to fish the river and streams in the area. There are hybrid stripers in there.
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    Re: RE: Lake Redman 9/24/11 2017/02/21 18:17:54 (permalink)
    Thanks for the info. I will check it out.
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