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TH Muskie
TH Muskie
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5/14/12 6:41 AM CST
There are signs at both boat ramps. No alcohol allowed in the park or on the lake.

4fingerJoe
4fingerJoe
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5/11/12 11:12 PM CST
I can not find any information as to if alcohol is allowed on the water. Does anybody know?

4fingerJoe
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FISHING REPORT
5/7/12 7:51 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F
Took the boat out on May 6th from 8 to noon. Ended up catching 3 bass around downed trees in shallow water. Two on a plastic worm and a crankbait caught the other. Probably should of purchased some minnows and tried for some slabs since the bass bite seemed slow. Tight lines all!

TH Muskie
TH Muskie
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5/2/12 6:22 AM CST
Also the lake has a 10hp limt. You may use your larger motor to trailer and un-trailer your boat, but then have to tilt your large motor up out of the water and use a smaller 10 horse or less outboard or your trolling motor.

In the past they have been giving warnings for people not following this rule. This year I was told that the lake is tired of people playing dumb when they are stopped for running a larger motor, so this year they are giving tickets no questions asked ...

SloppyCrappie83
SloppyCrappie83
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5/1/12 7:51 PM CST
Yearly passes are $45, and daily passes are $16. You must have a sticker to put a boat on, and the DNR is out all the time doing boat & sticker checks. Last 2 times I went to Evergreen I got checked.

Fishy Frank
Fishy Frank
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5/1/12 7:07 PM CST
I been thinking about coming to this lake for the first time. Could someone please tell me if you have to purchase a yearly sticker to launch a boat? Are there daily passes? Any information would be greatly appreciative! Thank You in Advance

Buckuuu
Buckuuu
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FISHING REPORT
5/1/12 5:21 PM CST
fished evergreen sat and sun. picked up crappies here and there driftin all around lake. quite a few boats out considerin some crappy weather. windy and cold. gonna try lk bloomington in week or 2

TH Muskie
TH Muskie
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5/1/12 12:59 PM CST
Yes, I only target muskies. Either lakes are good options for bass, but Bloomington will be less pressure. That is all I was saying.

picz34
picz34
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5/1/12 12:26 PM CST
TH Muskie,

Why do you say to fish Lake Bloomington for Bass and not Evergreen? What do you chase on Evergreen just muskie?

SloppyCrappie83
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4/30/12 10:31 PM CST
I agree with TH Muskie. It's a great lake but has definitely gotten much busier the past few years. Shabbona still seems busier, but the good thing about Evergreen is that it's 3x the size of Shabbona, so even though it gets busy it doesn't feel like bumper boats like Shab does. If you take the time to get down there, though, you'll be hooked because it's a very nice lake.

Tight lines to ya!

TH Muskie
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4/30/12 10:28 AM CST
Not quite as busy as Shabby, but it is a busy lake. Getting busier every year. For example, I just talked to the Park Super up there today. He said that on this date last year they had sold 600 boat stickers. This year so far they have already sold 1,020 stickers.

If you are after bass, crappies, or walleye I would suggest giving Lake Bloomington a try instead of Evergreen.

[This post was last edited on 4/30/12 at 1:41 PM]
picz34
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4/30/12 9:36 AM CST
Heading down saturday and Sunday to do some fishing. Can anyone tell me if this lake is fished heavily? I fish Shabbona alot and it is like a circus with all the boats. Any info would be great.

justleft22
justleft22
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4/25/12 9:04 PM CST
well it took a while but it is getting like shabbona not once but twice fishing a cast from the bank two boats went between me and land.people have some sense.by the way fishing was good

cimusky
cimusky
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4/25/12 8:48 PM CST
The camp ground is often full during the summer so I am sure that most people like it.

You can call the park and they will be able to tell you if there are openings and answer any questions.

Buckuuu
Buckuuu
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4/25/12 8:17 AM CST
comin down sat to fish all day and camp. i know crappie fishin has been hit or miss. has anyone been camping at comlora park before? looks like a nice facility

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