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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: 6/19 8:20:34
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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: 5/10 7:50:07
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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: 5/3 7:15:58
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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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: 5/2 8:18:17
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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This morning, Rice in Maple Grove was pretty much ice free other than a few final sheets pushed up against the north shore. Fish still had ice, but sides and the middle by the narrow spot were open. Ice was very black.

Pelican still had ice yesterday, but lots of it is starting to open. I think everything out in Wright county should open up this week, just in time for opener! Been a late one.

Posted on: 4/30 8:50:03
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Re: Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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I went by Schmidt and Beebe yesterday. The shoreline on both is starting to pull away pretty good. The dirt road area of Beebe had two nice channels of open water where the culverts are. I think it's going to go pretty quick.


Glad to hear it is opening up by the road on Beebe. Then the wind can start cutting it open and the rest should follow.

Posted on: 4/26 11:10:01
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Ice Out/Open Water Sightings
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Anyone been by any lakes to see how the ice out is coming along?

I have only been by Pelican and it is opening around the edges and the smaller bays are open. My backyard pond just opened yesterday, so that is a good sign.

With the 70s coming, I think we should be fine for opener around here. That Sun is strong now.

Posted on: 4/26 10:07:28
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Re: Ice Report - 4/9
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I suppose a report wouldn't be complete without a fish pic. Metro crappies special, .

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Posted on: 4/11 11:25:09
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Re: Ice Report - 4/9
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Yeah, it would of worked for that! Yeah, maybe I should go harvest some ice for summer camping trips.

The dragging did about kill me. Getting too old for that crap! Normally late ice is great for dragging, not this year.

The snow will sure mess things up, not the best on weak ice. It will run right thru it when it melts. It's not even like the fish are that much into a late ice deal either. Bring on the ice melt.

Posted on: 4/11 11:14:27
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Re: Ice Report - 4/9
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Not sure. There was a UTV out there. I'm probably done too. The snow makes dragging a pain and when it melts will be a mess. Maybe more coming too.

But if a guy wants to walk and go light, there are some days left. The shoreline was fine. I'm happy I got out one more time.

Posted on: 4/11 8:37:03
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