Resorts & Lodging
Fishing Guides
Bait & Tackle Shops
Products & Services
Important Links
Classified Ads
Contact Us & More
Minnesota Fishing Reports
   All Posts (jmatile)


(1) 2 3 4 ... 6 »



Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
Made it out Friday night. Plenty of ice, but plenty of snow and water on the ice!! Lended a helping hand to a guy that got stuck and then struggled to find the biomass of smelt. Marked a few here and there but wasn't able to put any numbers on the ice. At least it was a nice night to be outside!

Posted on: 2/26 9:12:02
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
What's the snow like on the lake? Anyone have any updates? Sounds like you guys have been absolutely pounded with snow.

Posted on: 2/20 17:54:41
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
I'll be out Friday and Saturday Hoping it's somewhat easy travel with the truck so I don't have to give myself a heart attach walking my fat a$$ out there.

Posted on: 2/18 12:47:46
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


White Perch
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
Does anyone try to target white perch through the ice on the river?

Posted on: 2/6 10:43:30
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: Free Replica Panfish Challenge
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
Hey Tim,

I sent you an email.

Posted on: 2018/1/30 3:59
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: I Fish Pro tip up
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
I use them all winter, so yes I've had them out in under 20 degree temps. I have had slight ice up but nothing that has made me want to go back to the conventional style tip up.

I also took some thick black rubber and made it to fit inside the base of them to help keep the holes open. I don't think I need it all the time but they're in there so I just leave them.

I run 38 inch medium heavy rods with Pfluger President 25 series reels spooled with 20 lb. Sufix 832 Ice.

Posted on: 2017/12/8 1:49
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: I Fish Pro tip up
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
I have 3 IFishPro's and I absolutely love them. I've used them for pike, bass, walleye, and perch. I still have to traditional style tip-ups but rarely use them if I am fishing alone.

I use to run the HT Ice Riggers as well and liked those. Its just so much nicer to not have to worry about attaching the Ice Rigger to the ice so you don't lose it. But I still have them and when I'm out with a group of guys they do get used.

I love the IFishPro's!

Posted on: 2017/12/7 5:32
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
How's the smelt fishing been? Looking to throw together my annual smelt trip here in February.

Thanks fellas! Tight lines!

Attach file:



jpg  20150224_200026.jpg (1,750.21 KB)
17281_5885fa39162e8.jpg 3264X1836 px

Posted on: 2017/1/23 7:42
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: ice conditions
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
Most backwaters are good. But with the water levels going up and down so much the last few weeks you need to be careful. The flow is also way up so that's another thing to watch for. I have been seeing anywhere from 3 to 8 inches of ice. That's pool 7 to pool 10. And that is being on the ice 13 of the last 17 days.

Good luck

Posted on: 2017/1/4 5:53
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer


Re: Visiting Duluth middle of August. Shore fishing?
LSF Member
Joined:
01/18/2012
Posts: 59
Well if you're use to fishing small streams and rivers your in luck and leave that heavy gear in the RV. Almost all of the streams in Duluth and up the north shore have awesome stream trout fishing. Light spinning gear should be all you need to find yourself a good number of brook trout and some rainbow's. But if all you have is the heavy stuff, fish the mouths of the rivers and streams. Big spoons and plugs might find you some fish.

Also the St. Louis river has some great shore fishing for all kinds of fish.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2016/7/29 1:57
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer



 Top
(1) 2 3 4 ... 6 »




 

 
Copyright 2004-2013 Lake State Fishing P.O. Box 577 Deerwood, MN 56444 612-414-5593
All logos and trademarks are property of their respective owners. |  Lake State Fishing |   Login lakestatefishing.com Facebook Page lakestatefishing.com Twitter Page lakestatefishing.com LinkedIn Page lakestatefishing.com YouTube Page