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Heading up to Brady lake for a weekend with a family friend who doesn't fish and staying at one of their acquaintances places in a few weeks, what they've been told is there's Perch, Bass and Muskie in the lake, it seems like with those 3 I should half expect walleye in there but I'm not sure, I haven't been able to find out much info on the lake in general, so if anyone has any information pertaining to the lake in general I'd be appreciative!

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I've fished it a few times over the years, it's a bass and muskie lake, I've never heard of walleye in there.

It's a typical, smallish, fairly busy Haliburton cottage lake. I wouldn't expect big muskies either.

If you're into exploring, there's more interesting stuff heading west on 118.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, chris.brock said:

I've fished it a few times over the years, it's a bass and muskie lake, I've never heard of walleye in there.

It's a typical, smallish, fairly busy Haliburton cottage lake. I wouldn't expect big muskies either.

If you're into exploring, there's more interesting stuff heading west on 118.

 

 

Yeah I noticed it was on the smaller size of things, but was half planning on using it as a jumping pad to other lakes if there wasn't too much action there

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If your willing to travel a bit, there's plenty of lakes nearby.

An interesting tidbit about Brady- I'm guessing about 50 years ago, I don't know why but the MNR decided to introduce muskie into Brady. The species took hold in Brady but also found their way into Anson Creek and unexpectedly also spread through the private lakes of Longford Township, Rainy, Big Trout, Big Duck etc. The property owners in Longford liked their bass fishing and weren't very happy to have muskie invading their lakes. 

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3 hours ago, chris.brock said:

If your willing to travel a bit, there's plenty of lakes nearby.

An interesting tidbit about Brady- I'm guessing about 50 years ago, I don't know why but the MNR decided to introduce muskie into Brady. The species took hold in Brady but also found their way into Anson Creek and unexpectedly also spread through the private lakes of Longford Township, Rainy, Big Trout, Big Duck etc. The property owners in Longford liked their bass fishing and weren't very happy to have muskie invading their lakes. 

Oh for sure, I'll have my 16 footer so nothing too cumbersome.

I saw on the fishbrain app a few pics of bass and some musky caught there, most lakes in the area seem to be mostly bass centric 

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