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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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Re: 2017 Hot Spots?
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The Minneapolis Chain of Lakes is a good best for Bass and Muskie. Not the easiest lakes to learn but worth the time invested.

Posted on: 6/14 17:52:49
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Re: Blade baits
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I'm guessing you're talking about the blade baits with 2 treble hooks like the B3 Blade Bait from Custom Jigs & Spins.

I've had my best luck with those styles of baits in Spring and Fall, but I honestly haven't tried them much in the Summer months. I don't see why they wouldn't work in certain situations. If you try it and have any luck I'd be interested to hear about it for sure.

Posted on: 6/14 17:50:27
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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adicited2outdoors wrote:
Ryan nice fish.. I'm a river rat myself. What kind of crankbaits are you using and color? I typically use jigs.


I was primarily using SR5's and SR7's. Colors were all over the place but the most productive were clown, chart/white, perch, UV green & UV pink. We also got a few on Husky Jerks, natural patterns.

We also did well on a jig with both purple/chart tail and green/orange core 2.45" & 3.45" Pulse-R's.

Posted on: 6/13 12:41:04
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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Thanks man. The bluegill fishing in my area hasn't been half bad either.

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Posted on: 6/12 22:51:18
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