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Swift Ditch
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I am going out on Saturday by ATV. Any advice appreciated. Swift Ditch or Springsteel. Depth? Ice condition?

Anyone use this site anymore?

Posted on: 2018/12/6 10:57
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Re: Dale's Road - Gull rock
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Do you have a report?

Posted on: 2018/3/25 19:05
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Re: Long Point
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I know two groups that were at long point this weekend. Slow was their report. Same at Springsteel. Febuary fishing is really spotty IMO.

Posted on: 2018/2/20 12:27
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Re: Road Pass Prices
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Wish there were as many fishing reports and pictures as there were complaints on this site.

Posted on: 2018/1/31 15:21
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Re: Red River 8-10-16
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Thanks - then I am doing well. Just picked up cat fishing and it is a blast. My son and I have caught a 13# or better every time we are out. Largest was 36" and a little over 20#. Shore fishing mostly.

Posted on: 2016/8/19 13:34
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Re: Red River 8-10-16
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How long or how heavy is considered a good catfish?

Posted on: 2016/8/16 18:29
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Re: Flashers? What to buy?
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I have a Lowrance elite 4x . I have had no problems and I like the fact you can see what has happened on the screen. If you are on a budget it is great. It has some advantages over flashers and some disadvantages. At $179 well worth it IMO .

Lowrance Elite-4x Fishfinder w/83/200 kHz TM Transducer
http://www.jollyannsales.com/FishFinders/lowrance_elite_4x.htm

Posted on: 2016/1/7 11:38
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Re: LOTW Sleeper - first time
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Baby wipes for your arse and GOJO orange hand cleaner for your hands. Paper Towels lots and lots of paper towels. A cribbage board or poker chips and a deck of cards. A junk pair of shoes for wearing in the house and outside in the middle of the night.

Last year I caught 3-4 Walleye/Sauger each night. So I would bring a few rattle reels or fish alarms. A gaf for any stinkin' eel pout so you don't have to touch those smelly slimy things.

Posted on: 2016/1/6 9:51
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Spearing
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Can anyone give me a current ice report? And access points on the NE side of the lake? I was near Grahams Island last weekend all was good. With the warm weather I am unsure if the 2.5 hour drive will be worth it. Are they still getting on and off with trucks? Any help would be appreciated.

Posted on: 2015/3/12 14:36
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Re: Springsteel vs. Babbler's
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-What type of options are available from each road? (flats vs. reefs vs. humps, etc.) Both have Reefs but Babblers goes to bigger reefs and more of them. I.E. Gull Rock, 16 Mile

-Do both roads get out to the same territory? They are in completely different areas of the lake. Babblers is about in the middle between Adrians and the West Side of the lake.

-We will have a 4x4 pickup and wheel house. Is either road better for the do-it-yourselfer? (bridges, heaves, etc.) This year you can go anywhere on the lake with a pickup and wheel house. The ice is smoother on the West Side. Rougher off road on near Babblers. I.E. heaves and ice sharks

-Which would you choose, based on current reports, past experience, gut feeling? West side has been doing better so far this year by there by my reports. Babbler's people are more hush hush on locations and bounty. West side it is pretty simple either fish a Reef (there are two small ones that the road goes by) or go find the crowd near the Canadian boarder. West side 25' is as deep as it gets by plowed roads. Whiskey flats gets deeper but no road and at this point no road needed. Babblers more depth variety. Babblers sometimes is not plowed like Adrians and Morris Point. Neither is Springsteel but lately it is much improved.

Can't tell you where to go but can tell you the difference. Rent from Shane Wahl and he'll get you on fish out of Babblers.

Posted on: 2015/1/14 14:37
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