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    Has anyone ever fished Commanda Lake? We rented a private cottage there for July 8 and just found out the boat launch is 5,5 miles from the cottage. Just wondering how rough the lake can get, thanks

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    My buddies rent there every year. They both have 14 foot tillers and have never had a problem. Barring storm conditions, I think you will be good. They do well for numbers of pike, but the size is pretty moderate.

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    Small lake mostly less than 1/2 mile wide and 4 miles long. Rough water is unusual.

    Whoever told you 5.5 miles from launch is blowing smoke (maybe they meant km) as it is not possible to get that far away by water from any point on the shore. Lake just isn't that big.

    Fishing is fine with pike, bass and walleye all present. Better fishing on nearby Restoule, Stormy and Clear Lakes

    If you want off the beaten track you can 4WD via Sand Lake Road into a few back lakes. Launches are pretty rough and pretty tight but manageable with 4WD. No 4WD than you can typically get down the road in 2WD if you have some claerance and launch a canoe or kayak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    Small lake mostly less than 1/2 mile wide and 4 miles long. Rough water is unusual.

    Whoever told you 5.5 miles from launch is blowing smoke (maybe they meant km) as it is not possible to get that far away by water from any point on the shore. Lake just isn't that big.

    Fishing is fine with pike, bass and walleye all present. Better fishing on nearby Restoule, Stormy and Clear Lakes

    If you want off the beaten track you can 4WD via Sand Lake Road into a few back lakes. Launches are pretty rough and pretty tight but manageable with 4WD. No 4WD than you can typically get down the road in 2WD if you have some claerance and launch a canoe or kayak.
    what he said..and i been going to that area for 40 years

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    x 3... been up there for 30 years. We'll be there for a week or so in July, August, September and October. You will be fine in a 14 footer on Commanda for sure.

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    Canada is popular among many tourists of their lakes.
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