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here is a satalite picture of 3 lakes that I fish.

http://terraserver.microsoft.com/image.aspx?T=1&S=12&Z=15&X=929&Y=5250&W=3&qs=%7crocky+ridge%7cmo

Looks fishy doesnt it.

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Super.

Do you fish out of a boat or along the shore?

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I almost always fish out of a boat

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Tipp-It's a confidence thing  ;)

Here's a topo of mine.  It's kind of in the boondocks so the google earth image is useless.

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A lake chart without depth lines

is like a book without words.

Roger

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A lake chart without depth lines

is like a book without words.

those are kept on my gps  ;D

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If I show you a map of mine Randall, Doghouse, TritonMike, Senko77, Buzzbaitfool12, and Roper will form a mob and kill me. It is the only known map of Varner.

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man you guys fish some big water compared to the little 1-acre puddles I'm stuck with.  It sucks living so far away from good big lakes  >:(

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How do you guys get this lake maps?  I look all over the net for maps of my lakes, and can't find a thing.  I don't have a boat, which means I don't have a depth finder, so making my own map is out.  The sites I do find don't have the "ponds" on them that I fish. I live in southeast PA, and fish Northmoreland lakes- upper and lower, Keystone, deer lakes, and  lake arthur. Everytime I find a topo map site, it is always for land, and not lake maps.

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Thanks Low_Budget_Hookers, I'll find the number right now and call.

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How do you guys get this lake maps? I look all over the net for maps of my lakes, and can't find a thing. I don't have a boat, which means I don't have a depth finder, so making my own map is out. The sites I do find don't have the "ponds" on them that I fish. I live in southeast PA, and fish Northmoreland lakes- upper and lower, Keystone, deer lakes, and lake arthur. Everytime I find a topo map site, it is always for land, and not lake maps.

there was a site..I can't remember the name of it now..that sold maps for most lakes in different areas of the country.  I know this isn't much help, lol....but its out there.  

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jessicashousexq5.jpg

thats my private pond...theres a bigger pond just to the left(you can JUST see the edge in the picture..its about 2-4 acres that I'm trying to get permission to fish)

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lakerebaub0.th.jpg

not the greatest lake in the world, by any means.  Its way over-fished due to the absolute lack of management.  Its not very big..70 acres, I believe.  Average depth is around....7 ft, I'd say.  I got to play in the lake bottom as a kid when they drained the old lake and were fixing things up to create the new lake.  The little jut of red you see that goes out into the middle of the water is the old dam.....all that to the top side was dug out and flooded with the new lake along with the red cove.  Being that I played in it, thats how I know where the roadbed goes and also know where all the trees actually are, although 85% of them are useless now.  

You could fish the red parts and MAY get lucky and get a bluegill to bite....the uncolored parts are mainly catfishing spots(absolutely no cover or structure of any kind in those areas.  The blue you can have SOME success in those area's on a good day..but theres still not many fish that hang around those areas.  The green...for anyone who is smart enough to realize they can get a boat back there to the whole area...well its good fishing.

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