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Re: Best streams
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Most people use bait for loopers, whether it be nightcrawlers, salmon eggs, or mealworms. Mouth of the French River is the most popular spot, followed by the Lester River. This was the first year the DNR discontinued looper stocking, so as time passes, they will become more and more rare, until they are completely gone in 4 or 5 years.

Posted on: 7/7 16:16:47
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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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Iíll be giving it a try on Saturday, weíll see what happens.

Posted on: 5/3 11:58:06
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Re: Forest Lake walleye
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Acces #2, between lakes 2 and 3 is the popular spot. Thatís where the structure is. The lake gets absolutely pounded with pressure. Personally, I think the lake is way overrated. I only live a block away, and donít bother to waste my time.

Posted on: 2/12 9:50:59
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Re: Canada Fishing
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Lake of the woods offers good crappie fishing in the winter (might be whitefish bay?). Other than that, you donít hear any Canadian resorts clamoring about great crappie action.

My brother went to Lac Suel a couple times, and loved it! I donít know which resort he went out of, but there are several to choose from.

I would recommend Lake Nipigon. I havenít been there, but itís on my list. Trophy lake trout, brook trout, and pike.

Posted on: 2/10 4:55:49
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Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
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Ice is a consistent 18 to 20 inches, people were driving all over. Just watch out for spear holes...theyíre everywhere!

Use tiny little crappie minnows with a small jig head (1/12 oz or smaller), bright orange or pink for rainbows. Most people target them along the shoreline, less than 12 ft deep. No need to move much, trout are roamers, so itís better to wait for them, as opposed to search for them.

Posted on: 1/30 14:53:26
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Re: Sleeper House Reconmendations - again....
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Posted on: 1/29 10:14:18
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Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
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I personally think tiny little crappie minnows are the absolute best bait for rainbow trout! Just let them dangle a few inches below the ice and your good.

Anyone use frozen smelt on tip ups here? Was planning on just using suckers next week, but if one out performs the other, that would be nice. Not sure about the legality of grocery store smelt...do any local bait shops sell smelt?

Posted on: 1/12 11:59:55
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Re: Superior freezing over?
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Thereís always Chequamegon Bay. Ice is anywhere from 5 to 10 inches, based on reports. Better fishing, and much more stable ice conditions.

Posted on: 1/1 10:16:57
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Re: New Years ice fishing trip
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Park point is an early morning bite. Most guys head back to shore by 8 AM. No ice fishing to be had on superior in the Lutsen area. Shore fishing is an option. Thereís some good perch lakes nearby caribou, but they donít plow the roads, so a snowmobile is the only option.

Posted on: 2017/12/30 11:58
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Re: North Metro Ice Reports
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Clear and forest lakes still had open water spots as of yesterday. Ice along shoreline on forest was about an inch. Might gotten a hair thicker overnight.

Posted on: 2017/12/9 10:52
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