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Re: Happy 4th of July
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Well put Kirk! Happy 4th to you and yours as well!

Posted on: 7/3 14:59:07
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Re: Fathers Day
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Thanks for the pics Kirk. You just forced me to take an early lunch today haha! Looks amazing!

Posted on: 6/24 10:03:35
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Re: Early flyin trip
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5" grass pigs were the ticket. They would crush em. Went through 4 bags because thats all I had. I had to use shredded ones the last day of the trip but it didnt matter. They'd still hammer them.

Posted on: 6/4 11:24:02
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Early flyin trip
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Headed out of red lake ontario for a flyin May 20-25. Still had some shore ice on the shady sides of the lake. Walleyes were in full spawn. Caught lots of males with a few large spawned out females. But the northern fishing was crazy. They were very active and hungry. Great weather and awesome fishing!

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Posted on: 5/28 22:09:25
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Re: Brisket - North Dakota Style
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Beautiful smoke ring!

Posted on: 3/4 21:56:12
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Re: Immediate Help Please!
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Made it up to Mille Lacs for a short 2 day fishing trip. Went out of Hunter Winfields. The good: Wheel house was nice. Plent of room with Direct tv. Weather was good, until this morning. Low wind and decent temps. Water clarity was great. Used cameras which is alway fun.
The bad: Fishing was extremely slow. 6 fish total between 4 guys. 19" walleye being the biggest. We had chubs, fatheads and shiners. All fish came on shiners. We watched fish on the camera swim up to dead sticks and jigging rods but wouldn't bite. We were mobile during the day but even the perch wouldnt commit.
All in all, it was fun to get away with the fellas and experience a new body of water. Planning on heading back next year. We feel like fishing can only be better haha.

Posted on: 2/20 11:31:45
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Re: Immediate Help Please!
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bottlebass wrote:
Yeah I would go to Mille Lacs too if keeping fish isn't your goal. The bite has been pretty solid and the size of fish has been good. The bite in the sleeper houses are usually set up for prime time and night bite. We have had nights where from midnight to 3 am was the best time. If you can be mobile during the day you can find perch and eyes on the edges of structure. This is what we usually do when we are up there.

Otherwise LOTW is always my favorite destination. Finding a place for weekdays isn't hard.


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Posted on: 2/17 12:13:34
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Re: Immediate Help Please!
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Bandersnatch wrote:
Hit Mille Lacs

Any of the big operations on the East Side have good sleepers and some have guides.

Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort

Hunter Winfields Resort

Mac's Twin Bay Resort

Lyback's Ice Fishing

All will come up with a Google


I've never fished Mille Lacs so this is definitely a last minute change of plans. I talked to someone from Hunter Winfields. Looks like they have wheel houses available for rent and we were thinking about going that direction instead of a guide. I know its fishing, but what can you normally expect or plan for on that lake(night bite etc)?

Thanks for any info

Posted on: 2/16 22:34:11
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Immediate Help Please!
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We just got a call from our guide at Leech Lake saying the lake conditions are really bad and would suggest we look at another location. Said moving around the lake is next to impossible!

So here is the help I need. Me and 3 buddy's are going to fish somewhere Monday thru Wednesday we just don't know where. We will travel anywhere in Wisconsin or Minnesota. Open to any recommendations. Wanting to target walleyes. Looking for guided or sleeper options. Thanks fellow LSF'ers!!!

Posted on: 2/16 17:20:05
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Re: Venison Chili
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YUM!

Posted on: 1/30 0:24:44
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