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A nice wiper, a common bonus fish at Flint Oak's Indian Lake. Feeders help the wipers, catfish and bass in the lake grow quickly.
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Josh Butler casts for bass with one of the many fish feeders at Flint Oak's Indian Lake in the background. The lake was stocked with bass trained to feed, and grow, on commercial fish food.
An an aerator pumps water to add oxygen to Indian Lake at Flint Oak.
Flint Oak offers fishing on Indian Creek, as well as five ponds and lakes.
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A nice, chunky bass at Indian Lake.
Flint Oak's fishing program is relatively new, but it's target shooting courses are renowned.
Guide Josh Butler lands a bass hooked amid Indian Lake's flooded timber. The 100-acre lake at Flint Oak also has many feeders to help the fishing for bass, wipers and catfish.
Center Lake is one of several where anglers can pay for unguided angling.
Flint Oak guide Josh Butler tries for bass amid some of the flooded timber in 100-acre Indian Lake.
Fishing packages sometimes include overnight lodging at Flint Oak's main lodge.
Flint Oak's Indian Lake is only open to guided fishing trips.
A nice, fat largemouth that hit a spinnerbait Wednesday morning.
Josh Butler unhooks a nice largemouth bass at Indian Lake.
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