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heyhey, if anyone wants any info on susie lake, birch cove lake or quarry lake, just ask. i have spent YRS out there hiking, fishing, tracking, and there aint to much about that place i dont know haha. and remember its always a good day for fishing
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Sorry for not responding sooner. There are speckle trout, brown trout, broke trout. I haven't caught any bass in Susie, but that's not to say they aren't in there. Susie's a Big lake and I know of three kinds of trout in it alone. The broke trout are a little rarer to catch. But I have pulled out brown trout and speckle trout quit a bit.
 

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Sorry for not responding sooner. There are speckle trout, brown trout, broke trout. I haven't caught any bass in Susie, but that's not to say they aren't in there. Susie's a Big lake and I know of three kinds of trout in it alone. The broke trout are a little rarer to catch. But I have pulled out brown trout and speckle trout quit a bit.
By broke trout, do you mean brook trout? Brook trout and speckled trout are the same fish.
 

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I visited the lake yesterday just to see what we talking about here, looking nice, still ice covered, do somebody can tell me please, if there is some pike there? and where I can find the seasons dates and other limitations please?
 

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I live up in Clayton Park on Regency Park Drive and there is a stream that flow all the way from Suzie's and ends behind my building. What do you think the chances are that the little stream could be holding some trout?
 
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