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Re: red or LOW? Jan 1
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I appreciate all the advice! Made a lot of phone calls and finally booked a 3 day trip through Wheelers Point Resort which I've had good experience with in the past. Every place I called on Red was booked, so I figured I better take whatever option I had! I hope the fishing picks up in the next few weeks. Good luck to everybody else headed out, and I will be sure to post a report after the trip.

Posted on: 2014/12/9 22:06
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red or LOW? Jan 1
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Planning a trip up north with some buddies around New Years to rent a sleeper. Was originally planning on going to Lake of the Woods. I have been reading reports of poor fishing so far on LOTW and hot fishing on Red. I know this could change in a few weeks, but any advice on where you guys would plan a trip around January 1?

Posted on: 2014/12/9 10:04
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Gull Rock
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Fished near Gull Rock with my buddy the last couple days and had some decent luck. The only full day we fished (sunday) we ended up with 13 in the pail. Mainly saugers, but a few small walleyes mixed in. Let go lots of smaller fish. Never got anything with too much size but landed plenty for the frying pan. Fun couple days of fishing with the sun shining and temp in the 40's. Even after today we could tell there was quite a bit more slush starting to form and that is probably just going to get worse although there is still plenty of good ice.

Posted on: 2014/4/7 20:31
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Re: Babbler's Access
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A buddy and me took the snowmobile out a little north of the rock on monday and got back to shore yesterday. After the wind on wednesday the road was drifted really bad. Talked to Babbler a little bit yesterday morning and he said the clutch was out on one of his trucks and the road wouldn't be getting plowed until he gets a part in. Don't know if I'd count on making it out there without a snowmobile.

Posted on: 2014/2/28 12:13
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Re: Crappies
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I agree that people can get a little rediculous about not sharing their hot spots but like eyecrazy said, small lakes can turn into a village quickly via word of mouth.

Posted on: 2014/1/21 20:29
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Re: Crappies
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I mainly used northlands purple bloodworm actually. Just went and bought a couple other colors today since it seemed to work very well. Tipped it with a waxworm when they would chase but not bite and that seemed to trigger the bite a little better at times. Wish I could help you out with the name of the lake but I can tell you it wasn't turtle. Love to get away from the crowds so I do my best to keep things quiet. Hope the report helped!

Posted on: 2014/1/18 16:44
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Crappies
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Made it out this past weekend around Bemidji to go after some slabs. Fished from noon til around 4 and had some pretty decent fishing (best around 2:30). Never pounded them for an extended period of time, but had some 20 minute stretches where they really seemed to bite. Maybe would have had better luck if I could have stayed til dark. Plastics and waxworms seemed to work best, but also had some luck with a buckshot tipped with a minnow head with the bigger more aggressive fish. Fun day of fishing, and had multiple fish getting close to the 14in mark. Most seemed to be around 12in with a handful of smaller ones mixed in. All in all had a blast out there with the nice weather.

Posted on: 2014/1/14 20:57
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Re: Were to catch tulipees
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Was out near Pine in 32 ft of water this last weekend. Was fishing mainly with a rattlin flyer for eyes, but caught 30 tullibees in 2 days of fishing. Not sure if this is usual or not. Caught them all within a few feet of the bottom. Lots of fun to catch but a little bit of a dissapointment when you think you have an 18 inch eye and a tullibee pops out of the hole. Got pretty good at telling whether it was gonna be a tullibee or an eye by the way they fought.

Posted on: 2014/1/7 21:01
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