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Re: BWCA
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Thank you for all the information, we will have to check all those places out.

I'm not sure if we are using the outfitter or not, I'm pretty sure we are just packing in all of our own stuff but are going to pick up some live bait when we get up there for sure. And for the kayak wise I think we are going to make a double portage and just have one guy front and back.

And if you are willing to give us more info on them lakes we would gladly take it, thanks again

Posted on: 2017/6/30 11:27
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Re: BWCA
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We are going July 5-9, we found an entry point on Meeds lake, from there we are planning on heading to caribou lake to camp on. We heard some good things about that lake. Any other good lakes around there to make a day trip to catch some good fish?
Ok Thank you, i will keep all that in mind.
We are taking one canoe and a kayak

Posted on: 2017/6/29 6:09
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BWCA
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I'm planning on making a bwca trip this summer. It would be me and my brothers first time and we are goin with a buddy that has been out a half dozen times or so.

Just wondering if anyone has some tips on where to go and what to use to catch some fish? We don't care if it's walleye, bass, or northern

Also what would be some good things to bring along to make the trip more enjoyable?

Any comments would be appreciated, thanks

Posted on: 2017/6/28 20:04
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BWCA
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I'm planning on making bwca trip this summer. This will be me and my brothers first time, we are going with a buddy that has gone a half dozen times or so.

So pretty much wondering if anyone has some tips where to go for some good fishing and what to use? we don't care if it's walleye, bass, or northern just looking to catch some fish

What are some things to make sure I bring along?

Any tips would be appreciated, thanks

Posted on: 2017/6/28 19:56
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Re: Fishing/Ice Reports
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i went up to ely on a fishing trip a little while back, we got up there friday morning and headed out to a bluegill lake, we caught a couple during the day but it really picked up towards sun set, saturday we tried a small trout lake without much luck, on sunday we wanted to try to catch some northern on tip ups but that was really slow, we actually found a school of nice 10" crappies suspended in 15' to 18', the crappies were biting all day you just had to keep your bait away from the small perch. the first two pics are of the bluegills we were catching friday they were 9" to 9.5" we through all of them back, the last picture is of the crappies with a couple eater bluegills too, not even close to half of what we caught, just brought a some home to eat

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Posted on: 2013/2/22 10:16
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Re: Wolf lake
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i fished it in the fall when i was up there for college a few years back, did pretty good one average northern 23" to 26" and i found some nice 7"-8" bluegills there too, i tried in the winter then too but i could find anything

Posted on: 2013/2/1 23:08
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Re: Questions about the Banjo Minnow
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I bought them after seeing them on tv and thought they looked pretty good. After trying them out i thought they worked alright. I caught quite a few fish on them, the smallest size seemed to work the best. The down side is you have to fish this bait slower most of the time and can't cover as much ground. So if any of you guys that don't want them you can send them my way ;)

Posted on: 2012/5/24 17:28
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