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To KBSjayhawk at ku edu.Mark how many lakes have you mapped.Would like to talk to you.913 4414241
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Gardner , Olathe, and more. I used to have them downloaded, but my old computer went crap , and I lost them all. Sure would like to have them again. :wink:
 

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I sure would like to talk with Mark and see if the data he created on the lakes is avaiable to the public.
 

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I chatted with him before on this forum. He'll pop up sooner or later and hook us up with the maps again.
 

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I chatted with him before on this forum. He'll pop up sooner or later and hook us up with the maps again.
Hi all, I'm back, as Cathunter suggested.

Here's the current list of completed lakes:

Olathe
Gardner
Carbondale
Dabinawa
Mission Lake, Brown County
Leavenworth County SFL
Eureka Lake
Kanopolis Reservoir
John Redmond Reservoir
Wellington Lake
Winfield City Lake

Here's the lakes we're scheduled to do this spring:

Council Grove Reservoir
Council Grove City Lake
Wabaunsee lake
Herington Lake (old)
Herington Lake (new)
Wilson Reservoir
Bone Creek Reservoir (and probably Crawford County SFL)
Marion Reservoir
Parsons City Lake
Probably Wolf Creek Reservoir
Douglas County SFL, as soon as it refills
Cedar Lake (Johnson County)

Plus there's a list of about another 50 that we're scheduled to do over the next few years. You name it, we're probably mapping every lake in Kansas over 100 acres.

Hope to have a download site for both paper copies (printable PDFs) and digital data (suitable for GPS units) this spring.... Until we get that up and running, I'd be happy to send digitally or by mail a map of a lake we've completed. Emails will be answered (astra at ku.edu), but better yet, post it here at Catfish1 so everyone can benefit.
 

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Olathe , Gardner , Leavenworth please Mark. Also, is there anyway you can make the image bigger, say 10"x10" ? Thanks in advance.
 

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IF you don't mind how about Carbondale and John Redmond Reservoir. Thank you Mark.
i know a NICE hole at carbondale. just dont fish it much cuz you can only keep 2 fish. when i want eaters i want more than 2 for the drive there. that hole was producing 8-10 & 12 pounders last time we went.
 

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I'll do one better I wont keep a single one. I'm not one for eating fish I just enjoy fishing. So it is all CPR for me. I know kinda strange, i like to fish but i dont eat them. The fish kinda like it though. :smile2:
 

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that seems to be more common than ya think. i have a friend that gives away all his eaters. he dont eat catfish cuz he's alergic to em. one little poke from one and we're off to the hospitol.
 

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Well, I don't have that problem. Fish taste good to me and the only down
side is that I tend to eat too much! Eating a fish I can't identify goes
against a basic instinct. I'm babbling again...
 

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Hi

I would love a copy of Leavenworth SFL me and the wife go fishing there all the time.

If you need some web space to temporary store the maps i can help you out.

Matt
 

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I forgeot - we also did Lone Star Lake in Douglas County;

but I really should update our data on that sometime soon. The map is good, I'l just like to improve it a bit.
 
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