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Greenleaf Lake

 This is a pretty, smaller (slightly less than 300 acres)lake about three miles south of Montgomery. There are few houses on the lake and extensive tree cover. While the water isn't clear, it is relatively free of visible algae and other sediment and isn't very weedy. The lake may be more popular in winter than in summer. The summer boat traffic is light. The fishing is very good for the area if you're not too concerned with what you catch. Bullheads are the
    most plentiful followed by the varieties of panfish. Northern pike are fairly common. Carp seem to be becoming more visible. Walleyes are here but I haven't seen them caught very often. Largemouth are also supposed to be here but I haven't seen any of those caught. Says Paul

Great lake for everything Says Steve Olofsen



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