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Hi I live within short driving distance of these lakes but haven't thought of them as fishable, but recently I uncovered some threads about there being a lot crappie and catfish in both lakes however they are a few years old and things can change. So is there still any fish there if so what is the best way to target them. Any help would be much appreciated.

I was at Mundy lake last Sunday, walking w/ the family, not fishing. It's a very small late and nobody was fishing there. It looks like there are a few access points from shore; however, most would be difficult because of the shore line.
The brochure about the park and the sign at the park ask people to be very careful around lost lake. Stay on the trails, watch the plants, etc.

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