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Shore and river fishing
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Taking a trip up 61 today, wondering if anyone is catching any fish or what fish may be running? Any information would be great. Thank you.

Posted on: 2017/10/7 11:52
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Re: Pink salmon are in
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I'm wondering if the pinks are still in and how long they run? I'm coming up next weekend to fish the rivers. Are there any other salmon or trout that I should expect to be running? Any information would be great. Thank you.

Posted on: 2017/9/29 9:27
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Shiner run
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Coming up this weekend to do some walleye and sturgeon fishing. I am wondering if the shiners have moved in to the river? Any info would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

Posted on: 2017/9/29 9:14
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Re: line for walleye
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I always go with power pro or fire line. I pulled in a 56" sturgeon on the rainy last year with no problem through the ice. If the water is clear I will have a mono leader with a small barrell swivel. Can't go wrong with the super lines now days. The fire line seems to be a little stiffer vs the power pro, I have gotten knots with the power pro when fishing with a minow under a bobber.

Posted on: 2017/2/24 18:32
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Re: What oz. Jig??
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You bet!

Posted on: 2017/2/16 12:12
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Re: What oz. Jig??
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I use anything from 1/8 oz to a 3/4 oz there's all kinds of different things you can try. Try jigging spoons, buckshots, lindy flyers, lindy darters have worked well also, stop signs, jigging rap, slab raps. I like to use a lot of things that glow, it seems to help a lot. Glow pinks and red work well and bring some gold and you should do well. And make sure you have a dead stick also. Good luck!!

Posted on: 2017/2/16 9:37
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Re: Heading up this weekend.
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Hey thanks guy's!! Appreciate the info. Sounds like it picking up with the steady weather from some other reports I've seen. I will post report and pics. Good to all this weekend!!

Posted on: 2017/2/16 9:28
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Re: Heading up this weekend.
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Hey thanks for the reply bud, I did get a report that they were picking up some from a guy that lives up there and guides on the lake so it's sounding good. I think this weekend is going to be decent fishing. Any reports would be great, I Will give a report when I can post on sunday.

Posted on: 2017/2/15 11:24
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Heading up this weekend.
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I'm coming up and going out of Adrians. Has the bite picked up at all with this warmer weather? I was up the middle of January out of morris and it was really slow. Any info would be great. Also im wondering if we are going to need a extension for my auger?

Posted on: 2017/2/14 18:27
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Esquagama has always been good for me to, crappies and walleyes.

Posted on: 2016/1/15 7:54
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