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Trolling/Jigging blanks for the BIG lake?
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Looking at building a rod for this spring to do some trolling or jigging for some lakers or salmon. Not sure what type of blank to look for. Any suggestions are appreciated!

Posted on: 2016/2/10 22:38
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Re: Anybody hittin them trout lately?
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Trout stay pretty active all winter as you know. By the way the fish were hitting i think the bite will still be pretty good. Gold or silver is always a good choice for lures.

Posted on: 2016/1/22 10:02
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Re: New to the Area
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ChrisWallace wrote:
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Aulanoue wrote:

Curious if anyone could point me in the right direction for Lake Trout


....I'd try the big f****** lake on the east end of town.... 🤔


If you could manufacture some ice over there that is where I would be

Posted on: 2016/1/20 21:41
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Re: Anybody hittin them trout lately?
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I fished echo and divide, on opening weekend. Echo was absolutely packed with houses, at least 20 houses on that little lake haha. The fish were hittin hard though.

Posted on: 2016/1/20 21:39
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Anybody hittin them trout lately?
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Just lookin to see if anyone has been having any success with trout fishing lately. I was up in the Finland area for opener and did alright.

Posted on: 2016/1/19 22:02
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Re: Boyscout?
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Talked to the DNR officer that surveys from park point to fond du lac, he said people have been doing OK at boyscout, ice is good enough for walking, and you best bet at decent action is park point early morning or evening. Dont go over to Mclures, it is a waste of time.

Posted on: 2016/1/12 9:08
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Re: ISO Pot belly perch and Sloppy slabs!!!
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Nothing? I'm just looking to get my kids on some eater perch. Doesn't have to be someones secret spot or anything.

Posted on: 2016/1/12 9:05
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ISO Pot belly perch and Sloppy slabs!!!
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Looking for a lake that has some good perch and crappie action. Any advice is appreciated!

Posted on: 2016/1/10 19:46
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Re: St. Louis river/harbor
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It varies anywhere from 6 to 8 inches. Was out there on 1/8 for the evening bite, skunked.

Posted on: 2016/1/9 18:01
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Re: Spearing Grand Lake Minnesota
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deadgooses wrote:
Read up on dogfish. Not nasty at all. They are a native fish that helps keep panfish populations in check. Very cool species. Fun to catch. You weren't "cleaning" the lake, you hurt the lake.

Sorry, I'm cranky today. I enjoy spearing as well, I just don't see the point in killing things that aren't being used for something.



Cranky or not, I agree. Someone should have taught this kid a little more about ethical ways of fishing/spearing. Dogfish are NEEDED in grand. That lake is just ridden with tiny panfish. Do yourself and the lake a favor and move your spear shack to a better spot. That lake is full of northern.

Posted on: 2016/1/5 18:59
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