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I know some one knows the answer. Do you have to have a lake permit to fish Orgill / Casper Creek lake and is it a good place to put an Eight year old on some fish ?

 

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No permit required. 

It is full of bream and crappie.  If you bring a boat, drag a couple of road runners around and you'll catch them all day. 

Bass fishing is OK too, and some good sized ones live there, but they tend to suspend a lot when the sun is out.  The coves are mostly pretty silted in and there isn't a lot of cover. 

good luck!

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I've always heard you can't use a boat with a motor on it . I'm just looking for a place to put my grandson on some fish from the bank. If he doesn't catch any thing with in the first few minutes he is ready to leave. Bream and crappie in he's eyes are food on the table he would get his Me ma to cook them up for him after Grand pa scaled and clean them.

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I think you can still use a trolling motor there, right?  That's what I was saying with the roadrunners. 

 

For bream, micro jigs like a trout magnet or crickets will work although I wouldn't expect to find a lot of them still bedding this late. 

 

Orgill is a decent little lake, it just doesn't have a lot of the obvious visible targets most people like to throw at. 

I hope y'all find a few for him!

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