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    Re: Nimbus Dam

    Yes, let me know how it goes. I might try to swing out that way later to day if I can.

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    You should definitely try to fish the dam as well there are a lot of fish in there, I was actually thinking of thronging some bait out there this evening. I will let you know how I do if I go out there.

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    Re: Nimbus Dam

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB
    look out for rattle snakes.
    Yea, that would be a good idea. They're out in full force this time of year! :o

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    No problem, look out for rattle snakes.

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    Thank you John B!

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    I have never had a problem in the past 20 years. I do not fish there to often but I know people who do and they have never been in any trouble.


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    Re: Nimbus Dam

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB
    You have to park right off of main where Sunset and Main *meet and walk in, it takes about 10 min to get to the lake. I dont want to give exact locations but its not hard to find the fish they are all back in the coves eating.
    Any issues with security, parking, DFG, LE, or anything that time of night?

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    You have to park right off of main where Sunset and Main meet and walk in, it takes about 10 min to get to the lake. I dont want to give exact locations but its not hard to find the fish they are all back in the coves eating.

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    Oh Yeah! the carp there are huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB
    If you can, go up to the lake at around midnight when the water is high, and walk to the ponds and you will hook the biggest cats you have ever seen in your life. ;D
    How do I get there??

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