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Re: Ice free opener??
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I do get a kick out of meteorologists still trying to associate this with global warming. I heard it twice, on two different channels last night that this being cold and extra snowy is a strong sign of global warming. That propaganda train will never stop.


I always get a kick out of the anti-science crowd. Good for some lols.

Anyway, I will be chasing perch on Leech tomorrow. I will let folks know what the ice situation looks like.

Posted on: 4/20 11:45:22
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Re: Crappie, Perch or Sunnies
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apollo wrote:
People are really tight lipped on this site now.


The two-edged sword of internet fishing forums. If people give out specific information, it spreads like wildfire and lakes get pillaged. If they don't give out info, they are of limited usefulness.

Posted on: 2/21 16:34:45
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Re: driving conditions
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Following...I always hit Leech on my birthday (early March) and I'm hoping I can drive at least somewhat near the areas I like to fish, as I don't have a snowmobile or four wheeler.

Posted on: 2/19 10:34:38
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Re: Fishing reports
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I got into some great jumbos last weekend. Kept a dozen for supper and threw a ton of em back. Out northwest of Goose Island, about 18 feet of water. 1/8oz Jigging Rap tipped with just the head of a fathead. Really a fun time.

Posted on: 1/29 15:58:50
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Re: ice report on Winnie
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Had a bit over 20" where we were on the east side. Really good walleye bit up til noon, with six or seven pike mixed in. Lots of perch, but lots of sorting required - the new normal on Winnie until that enormous year class of 5" perch grows up! Really a good bite overall, though. Kept two eater eyes and 20 perch along with a couple of pike, turned the rest loose.

Posted on: 1/11 16:42:51
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ice report on Winnie
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I've got an uncle visiting from out of state - we're going to hit Winnie from the east side. Anyone have a report on the ice thickness and any cracks/heaves to watch out for?

Posted on: 1/4 15:48:52
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Re: Highs and Lows on Mille Lacs
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So that's what Tony does when he's not chasing smallies in the summer :)

Posted on: 1/4 15:47:37
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Big Boy in the fall
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Hi folks - curious if anyone has fished Big Boy in the fall for bass and how you did. Don't need secret spots; I enjoy hunting for them. More just wondering if it can be good enough to make it worth the trip!

Posted on: 2017/9/22 10:48
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Re: What's up with the rice
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That's the weird thing - a lot of lakes and rivers in the area have amazing crops of rice this year, but Leech is the worst it has ever been. A friend was out on Leech yesterday - he has fished Leech for 40+ years, and said he has never seen such pitiful rice on the lake.

Posted on: 2017/9/22 10:47
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Re: Smallmouth fishing
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Good luck getting anyone to give up smallie spots on Leech :) The population is growing, but until it really takes off I think people will be mostly tight-lipped. I have caught at least one in every bay on the lake except for Waboose and Shingobee...they are out there, you just have to put some time in to find them. Start with obvious rock/reef areas in the main lake and go from there. The hunt is half the fun!

Posted on: 2017/9/6 8:51
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