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Re: evening report from the bay
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Thanks fancaster! To ad a follow up report this evening was just as eventful with a 2 man limit in just under an hour and a half. Slightly less aggresive today as well.

Posted on: 2015/5/29 20:06
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evening report from the bay
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Got off work and hit the lake about 6 p.m. this evening. Fish were very very hungry right off the bat. Fish ranged from 16 to 28 inches. 10 foot of water seemed to be the money mark off the edge of the grass. Out in 2 hours of fishing and boated 17 fish for one guy. White 1/8 ounce gumball and a shiner.

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Posted on: 2015/5/28 22:04
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humminbird 859 di
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Just purchased a 859 di and I want to run the switchfire down image and the gps but cannot figure out how to bring up all three or is this not possible on this unit. I can get the different combos on screen but not three? Any tips would be appreciated.

Posted on: 2015/3/21 18:25
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Re: upper red live report
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Well the day started off very slow in the sleeper and even once I was out running and gunning it took awhile to find some active fish. Finally decided to gamble and try super shallow. So I headed for the south shore near the rez line on a 6 foot rockpile. Drilled holes set up by 2pm and withing the first 10 mins slammed a 18 incher. After 3 hours of fishing I iced 10 eyes 9 of which came on a vmc tumbler. And one on a dead stick. These fish were uber aggressive almost like pike. Came back to the sleeper to check on the wife and she had only caught 2 eyes and 1 10 inch jumbo for 7 hours by herself.(and she can fish...) have 23 eyes for 24 hours of fishing now.

Posted on: 2015/1/28 19:39
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Re: upper red live report
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As of 11 pm we now have iced 8 eyes between 14 to 18 red glow doodle bug 2 inches off the bottom has caught 6 of them. Got rattles down for the night will report back after morning bite.

Posted on: 2015/1/28 0:05
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Re: upper red live report
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Well nothing to exciting to report so far as of 530 between two 9f US 3 walleye one keeper 16 one 15 throwback and a cigar. Pretty slow!

Posted on: 2015/1/27 18:32
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upper red live report
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Just got up here on upper red about 5 miles out in 14 foot of water. Been fishing for about 15 mins and one tuli. Will be out here through Thursday will post updates on the bite. Staying in the big house all evening than tomorrow will be runnin and gunnin on the ice I'll keep y'all posted.

Posted on: 2015/1/27 14:26
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Re: Woman Lake, Winter or Summer?
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I lived on woman lake for one year and fished it almost everyday for walleye and crappie. First off she can be a tough one for walleye at times in winter I had my best luck west of the island in 14 to 18 foot of water on the east side of the long under water bar that runs south of stoney point. In summer and spring the south shore in 30 to 35 foot of water was also pretty good otherwise the mouth of the river that runs out of child lake into woman was fair. Crappies were fairly easy going up 8n raccoon bay up in girl lake on the north side in the spring even summer crappie on the weedline in girl were pretty productive trolling with beetle spins in 8 to 14 feet.

Posted on: 2015/1/26 23:07
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Re: Weekend Info
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Pm sent

Posted on: 2015/1/19 18:38
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new regs up on red
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Ok everyone I'm just curious on everyone's thoughts on the new regs up on red. Everyone from the leech lake area is all to familiar with the crash of the walleye population on leech in the early 2000s. And now we have all benefited from fry stocking and implementation of a slot limit here. Now my point here is I hear a lot of anglers complain about slots especially here on leech. I can't go a week without running into a group of anglers who aren't irate that they have to release walleye over 20 inches or that they can only keep 4 a piece and now with the slot on red being dropped to 2 fish possession the angry anglers are back at it again. Now I know a lot of people believe angling harvest has no negative affect on fish populations. I for one do not buy that b.s. one bit. There is a reason so many lakes in mn are burned out due to over harvest. Most of which don't have tribal netting so that argument is invalid. What is everyone else think?

Posted on: 2015/1/15 13:12
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