You may have figured this out already... but incase you didn't, go to the DNR lake finder and type in the info and it should have your map.. some of the maps are better than others. And they have most almost all the lakes.
Thank you Logan. No I had not figured it out. Now I need to find out how to order the full size map of Big Turtle Lake #B-0428 from the DNR. Apparently I am making this more difficult than it is supposed to be?
Once again, a fellow fisherman to the rescue. THANK YOU to Sand Burr. I just sent you an email regarding the map. I know some people do NOT like to give up fishing information but I do enjoy sharing if in fact I know what is what. I once had one of my grandson (8 year old) ask a guy from Iowa (we were fishing Sand Lake) where he caught the walleye and his reply was "right here" as he grabbed his lower lip. When my grandson told me what he said I thought he must not be a real fisherman besides I doubt if Andy would have remembered what he said. OH WELL it does take all kinds to make up this wonderful world. THANX AGAIN! fireline1
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People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947