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Re: MN Regional Inspection Stations
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Here is the feed from yesterdays meetining. DNR and Sheriff speaks at 1:08. General comments start at 1:48. Another meeting will be held in January.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bFIv3Gx__U

Posted on: 2018/12/12 10:19
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Re: MN Regional Inspection Stations
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Here's the other 15 on the list for future consideration. Basically anything within 15 miles. Some of these like White and Millstone barely have an access. I kinda think they just looked at the DNR Lakefinder map and put down all the lakes with an access that was within 15 miles. That Dnr map is nice and the access icons stick out good.

I suppose the more lakes they can get on the list, the more money and reason they will say that this is the way to go. No consideration to the boating public as how it affects them and how far they will have to travel.

That is the main point I got out of the meetings. The people pushing for this think they are the Elites and we are just the lessers. They know what is right and everyone else just shut up and take it. Been to two of the meetings.

Posted on: 2018/12/11 8:06
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Re: MN Regional Inspection Stations
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Its on page 23 of the report in the link.

Cedar
Sugar
Granite
Moose
Bass

Posted on: 2018/12/11 7:59
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MN Regional Inspection Stations
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Looks like the pilot in Wright county is no longer a pilot. They are ramming this thru any way they can. They have 5 lakes they are adding to the Annandale station for 2019 and about 15 others they have in the crosshairs. Basically anything within 15 miles of the station is an option to them. From how I am seeing this go, other countys will be trying to jump on board soon. It will no longer just be a Wright county issue. Ottertail county was asking when they can start this in the last meeting I attended.

They have a meeting unconvienantly scheduled for tomorrow at 11am to discuss the additions and expanding of this plan. The days of running out for a quick hour or two after work will gone. Some of the lakes listed will have me driving an extra 30 miles to fish them.

Here is the link to the county site and the new proposal is called '2018 WRIP Report Draft'.

http://www.wrightswcd.org/Water_Management/wrip.html

Posted on: 2018/12/10 8:56
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Re: What's happened to this place?
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Other forms of Social Media such as FaceFart have taken over. Plus if it weren't for but a few nice gents keeping this site going, it would be gone. Not all of attention has been given to it otherwise.

Posted on: 2018/11/27 8:12
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Re: current ice reports
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Drove by Beebe last night. It was mostly frozen but there were two big open areas out in front of the landing, just west of the big island.

Looks like Swans/Geese and the wind were keeping it open. Use caution there as when it all freezes up, it will be a lot thinner there than right in front of the landing where everyone tests the ice.

Other smaller lakes in the area have fishable ice, 4-5.

Posted on: 2018/11/27 8:08
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Re: Beebe Lake Pike
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I noticed that this year too.

They seemed to go real heavy on the weed spray this year and right after the opener according to the date on the signs. Looked like every dock in the east bay had a sign by it, which usually means they had their dock sprayed. Also by the east side buoys and out in front of landing, I'm sure in the name of boat lanes!!. This usually kills the Bass and Pike fishing for me out there and was no different this year. Hopefully some weeds comes back later this summer.

Posted on: 2018/6/19 8:20
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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Don't give up all hope. I caught some decent gills out there this winter. I never keep them, wife won't eat ones with the Black dots and these are pretty loaded with them sometimes. Just fun to catch.

The Crappies do run in that 8-9in range only. It's the new Pelican as far as shore spots go. I thought Ice fishing pressure wasnt all that heavy compared to a year or two ago.

Keep at it!

Posted on: 2018/5/10 7:50
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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Beebe opened up yesterday. Had the boat out for awhile as did a few others. Most everything in the area should be open I would guess.

Commence fishing,

Posted on: 2018/5/3 7:15
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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Quote:

backup63 wrote:
2 Boats on Beebe last night, one breaking through a good sized ice flow. The bay with the houses and the south 1/3 of the lake still had a layer of ice. Schmidt looked to be completely ice free.


I agree with the above, drove by as the second boat was coming to the lake. Should give the rest of the ice up today or tomorrow for sure. Yeah, Schmidt looked to be open as far as I could see. Latest Ice out for Beebe I've ever seen.

Posted on: 2018/5/2 8:18
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