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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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10 miles east of princeton, I got a 12".

I also noticed princeton schools is 2 hours late. I'm not sure total amount the city of princeton got but if school was delayed, it must be decent.

Turkeys are all on food sources at the moment and have not spread out yet. If you have winter food you will have lots of birds, if not, could be slim pickings.

Posted on: 4/16 8:47:33
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Re: How's the bite?
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Slow, from most reports.

Posted on: 2/8 13:26:50
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Re: Road Pass Prices
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Just my but I think the road access costs help keep their rentals more affordable. Maybe their prices aren't dependent on that at all, but it certainly can't hurt, and as far as I'm concerned it's pretty damn reasonable. Cost to access the lake from private property - well, they own it, and those of us that pay don't own it. So if you want to use it, shut up and pay. If it was easy enough to travel the lake from public accesses go do it. But then you don't even have a number to call when you get stuck, so good luck with that.


I agree. You may not like how they charge, but, that's not your call. It's not your land to access the lake. If you don't like the product, don't use it. Plow your own road off the public access.

Posted on: 1/31 16:25:26
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Re: Mille Lacs 1/19 1/20 and 1/21
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That's unfortunate. Although, the bite is nowhere near last winters. You should get a few on the deeper side of flats, first hour and last hour. For the average fisherman I wouldn't expect much more than that.

Posted on: 1/25 22:34:32
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Re: 5th thru 7th Report
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Thanks for the report.

We went out of terrys on Saturday. We fished in 24-29ft. We caught 6 eyes between 4- 445pm. They ranged from 15.5" -19". All on jigs, none on set lines.

Posted on: 1/7 20:44:44
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Re: Highs and Lows on Mille Lacs
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Nice videos!

What do you prefer on your set lines? Shiners, fatheads, sucker minnows or rainbows?

Posted on: 1/4 20:53:05
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Re: Superior freezing over?
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Very slim chance. But you never know. Need about a month of exreme cold and very little wind.

Did you get to fish a couple years back for coho frenzy??

Posted on: 2017/12/30 15:43
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Re: 12/23/17
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I take my family and kids and keep limits for all. It's the spirit of the law. Nothing wrong with it. Sometimes they catch em, sometimes they don't. Sometimes everyone catches em. Sometimes we catch and release. It's called party fishing, similar to party hunting, I believe. As long as there in fish house or out hunting it's all good in Minnesota.

Posted on: 2017/12/25 14:17
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Re: Lake Winnipeg going down hill?
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Seagull and sag are good options for open water trophys. My pb 33, 11.7 # post spawn came from seagulls. Although, not as good as once was.

I've landed several 32.5 rainy river in spring .

Posted on: 2017/12/22 8:57
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Re: Lake Winnipeg going down hill?
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The crash and fall of Winnipeg walleye population has been well documented the last couple of years. If you do a quick google search, you can read about it.

Posted on: 2017/12/20 9:07
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