RAPP Park Lakes
north edge of Shenandoah
Amenities at RAPP Park Lakes include:
Largemouth bass were sampled in low abundance in all pits. Crappies were sampled in low abundance in all pits with several of the crappies in the sample exceeding 10 inches. Bluegills were sampled in low numbers and small sizes. Catfish were sampled in low to moderate numbers in all pits. Most catfish sampled were exceeding 15 inches.(2012)
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Popular Fish Species at this Lake
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