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Re: Upper st. Louis
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How far up are you talking/

Posted on: 2017/4/30 19:49
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Re: whipolt beach access
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As of Sunday they were using it. Not sure where they went from there. not sure of any ridges. I am sure with this cold nights we are having ice should firm up once again. Ice on main lake is good could almost use the extension.

Posted on: 2017/3/9 18:59
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Re: Stoney point ice condition?
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Made it out of Big Rock. Once on the lake you have to turn right and follow the ridge about two miles to get out. Thanks for the info

Posted on: 2017/3/3 0:06
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Re: Lower Red Lake fishing
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I think you need the council approval to fish Lower Red. A single guide cannot approve you. Seems odd that they do not allow guides to take people on the lake. Make it like a package deal, lodging at the casino guided by licensed tribal member. This would bring in money to the Band and individuals

Posted on: 2017/2/26 21:39
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Re: Stoney point ice condition?
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That's what I thought. But the person at Horseshoe Bay told us you could not. Looking at the map, horseshoe and Pine point are not that far apart its just that ridge that runs out from stoney point. As of wed snowmobiling might be hard a lot of bare ice. Not sure if they got the snow we that we got 3 inch. So deilertson. what is the difference going out of Horseshoe or Big Rock Thanks

Posted on: 2017/2/26 21:07
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Re: Stoney point ice condition?
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Was up yesterday. Tried stoney point. The sand landing had a ridge about a block out. No tracks trying to go out. The boat landing looks like the pic. There were ATV tracks going out and following the ridge toward the point. Did not see ATV on the ice. There were two trucks out there no idea how they got there. We went out of Pine Point for something to do. We were after Tullies and guy at the landing said not yet Ice conditions could not be better. No slush and no water on the ice. Could drive any where. The problem is a pressure ridge prevents access to the trench. Wish I had ice cleats with. So as of now Stoney Point is not looking good

Posted on: 2017/2/24 18:10
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Re: Ice Conditions
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Thanks for help, will be going out on Thur should be looking fine. Dragging the wheeler just in case.

Posted on: 2017/2/21 19:08
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Re: Ice conditions and fishing reports off Stoney Point?
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I thought the ice would be good, its those darn landings that go bad. Up in the Duluth area, all the ice still there but the top layer of snow is melting making roads a little wet but the rest great for fishing. So are the landings going to be good this weekend and do you need and auger extension. Thanks guys

Posted on: 2017/2/20 21:28
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Ice Conditions
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Saw the post on the Eelpout thread that the sheriff was going
to shut down the entire lake. So can somebody tell me the conditions at St.Point. If vehicle travel is out, are ATV still possible. Trying to get in our family Tully trip. Thanks

Posted on: 2017/2/20 21:19
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Re: Fish lake
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Hey Looper, what ever changed your attitude. I see from some of the posts on the forum and maybe others, that you have asked how the fishing was on a certain lake. so, someone answers with some info you get mad about it DAH

Posted on: 2017/1/6 15:06
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