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Re: Quetico Trip Report - Prairie Portage to Kawnipi
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Awesome report and pictures, a trip like that has been on my bucket list for a long time! Thanks for sharing!

Posted on: 10/2 20:39:47
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Pool 4 Reports?
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Anyone fished 4 recently? I might head down with a buddy this weekend and am mainly wondering if anyone is getting walleye on jigs/plastics or if it is mainly a crank bite. Any recent reports would be helpful, thanks.

Posted on: 9/21 18:34:43
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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Figured I'd add this 14.5" crappie from a few days ago. Why wouldn't ya?

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Posted on: 9/18 22:53:00
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Re: Shore Fishing
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A few options off the top of my head are:

Steiger Lake in Victoria. Pick up some sucker minnows at Cabin Fever, take them down to the fishing dock on the lake, set up bottom rigs and toss them out as far as you can. The lake is C&R for bass and northerns.

Ann Lake in Chanhassen. Theres a fishing dock near the boat launch. Typically you can get sunfish off the dock if you just want action. You can also throw spinner baits or crank baits for bass and northerns. Theres a protected slot on the northerns and the bass are C&R.

Lake Auburn (West) in Victoria. Theres is a fishing dock by the boat launch that produces sunfish and you can throw spinners and topwaters for bass.

Good luck!

Posted on: 9/3 10:42:45
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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I got rained out of work today so once it stopped I ran over to one of my favorite crappie lakes and put the beat down on some nice slabs and a few nice gills. Iím waiting until the water cools a bit to hunt down some walleyes. It wonít be too long.

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Posted on: 8/21 21:40:03
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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I went out for 2 hours another night to relax and drink a few beers. I was just throwing out cut bait and got a 30Ē channel cat and a few shakers.

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Posted on: 8/21 21:39:49
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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Iíve been super busy painting houses so unfortunately Iíve only been out 4 times since my last post. I ended up getting into some big crappies on the river one night.

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Posted on: 8/21 21:39:37
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Re: BOAT RENTAL ELY AREA
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Big Lake Wilderness Lodge

http://www.biglakelodge.com

Nice place, nice folks running the show, good fishing.

Posted on: 7/11 18:33:44
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Re: Quality inflatable jacket
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I've got an Onyx M-24. Had to test it early May when I was out panfishing and swamped my canoe. It worked well for the 1/4 mile swim back to the launch.

* Its a not a self inflating jacket - you need to pull the rip cord to inflate this jacket. If you want one that self inflates take a look at the A/M - 24.

FWIW I've never had a problem with it inflating on its own/by accident.

Posted on: 6/30 19:54:19
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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Unfortunately the bite I was on has fizzled quite a bit since my last report. Iíve only managed a few mid-sized walleyes, some northerns, and some smaller crappies.

On the plus side, I found this prime Chicken of the Woods my last time down. Thatís why I love fishing the river; you never know what you might come across down there.

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Posted on: 6/18 15:05:54
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