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I live in elk river and am all set up for bow fishing but need somewhere to go with in like thirty minutes of elk river and i have no clue where a decent spot to shot some carp would be can someone help me out? and one more thing i dont have a boat

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I've never shot there but Little Elk lake is supposed to be decent. I think there's a culvert or something on that lake that people shoot by sometimes.

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If you are willing to drive, Little Elk is good. Baxter is good too. 20, 25, possible 30's in Baxter. Been a long time since I have been to Elk.

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shooting from shore might be tough but one could walk along the east side of freemont and get a good vantage point to the lake and it suprisingly clear there at times and carp can be seen otherwise the north road on freemont also.....baxter without a boat would be impossible and little blue you would have the culvert that goes under the road but if they are at the culvert I would go to the Baxter/Tennison culvert as there are less lily pads and more room to work.....other than that I would say maybe work the rivers in the area such as elk,miss, or rum......there is also the cuvert by the landing at elk lake in zimm.....tough to bow fish without a boat I would imagine

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I live on little elk and their a tons of carp in it please take em out and the spill way on the south side does get pressure but there are a lot of carp in the creek. I live just off the lake and I have a dock that you check out dont know how many carp would be if front of the dock but my kids alway seem to see some. email me for more info at [email protected]

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