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Lake: Harriman Lake

Trip invite--Harriman

Post By: bron      Posted: 8/9/2019 9:15:20 PM     Points: 29874    
I would like to invite old and new FXR members to meet up at Harriman Lake on 9/15. Maybe swap some lures and bbq after fishing. Anyone interested? Never fished there ....
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: Aug. 10, 9:41:20 AM     Points: 528    
Is there a public access? I ran by there last month. Took the road off from Kipling that said Harriman Lake and it took me through the subdivision and I finally gave up. I didn't see any parking areas or anything and if there were some they were awful small. I thought I saw people running around it one time but thought it was private. Thanks.
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Aug. 10, 6:46:22 PM     Points: 29874    
We will do some recon and see if this is worth pursuing.
 Reply by: panfishin      Posted: Aug. 10, 11:08:48 PM     Points: 7802    
The only parking lot for Harriman is on southbound Kipling right before the fire station...the big dirt lot. Havenít been there this year, but there is plenty of shore access, although itís a bit of a hike if you want to get to the dam area.
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: Aug. 11, 8:53:18 AM     Points: 528    
Thank you Panfishin. I must have driven right past that area.
 Reply by: Hell2Pay      Posted: Aug. 11, 6:29:16 PM     Points: 5    
I will mark it on my calendar!
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Sep. 5, 6:07:16 PM     Points: 29874    
Ive got enough intel that we plan on being there 9/15 with Goosehunter and whoever else can make it. Dont see a cookout here though.
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: Sep. 13, 7:46:22 AM     Points: 528    
How'd the trip go?
 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: Sep. 13, 7:50:31 AM     Points: 50477    
today is only the 13th
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: Sep. 13, 1:19:51 PM     Points: 528    
It's been a long week. Thank you
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: Sep. 14, 6:52:49 PM     Points: 47636    
See you guys in the morning,
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Sep. 14, 9:25:57 PM     Points: 29874    
We will be there at sun up.
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: Sep. 15, 7:53:18 AM     Points: 47636    
If anyone is planning to join were at the blue dot. Already catching fish!
 Reply by: GoNe_FiShIn_11      Posted: Sep. 15, 10:55:35 AM     Points: 5040    
Hope you guys have a great trip. Iíll try to catch the next one
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Sep. 16, 6:58:26 AM     Points: 29874    
I don't think this lake has fully recovered from being drained for dam repair in 2011. Plenty of small bass but no sign of any other species. Was a fun outing anyhow.
 Reply by: carpman1      Posted: Sep. 16, 5:42:04 PM     Points: 0    
Harriman Lake has access to the public off of Kipling, south of Quincy light.
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: Sep. 16, 9:01:21 PM     Points: 528    
This was pretty cool what you guys did. Wish I could've stopped by. Looks like a nice place with a lot of access, Might be a great option for those with little kids or grandkids to check out for a couple of hours.
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Sep. 17, 6:15:17 PM     Points: 29874    
Thanks Abel. It would be a good lake for kids. Short hike on a path, beach shoreline, and you can get them on small bass using any method.


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