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January Thaw~
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Man,what a beautiful day to get onthe lake and enjoy this spring like weather,hopefully the fish will agree and come to dinner tonight.

Posted on: 1/18 10:33:26
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Re: Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW
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Good report,dandy walleye there,perfect coloring,thanx for sharing.

Posted on: 1/16 12:56:37
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Re: Northeast SD Ice and Fishing conditions
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I've been on northeast south dakota early ice many times,its seems the locals are fearless when it comes to driving on the lakes,I've been on 8"s of ice at times with my wheeeler and around prime time here comes the locals driving their pickumup trucks,water surging up and down in my holes,crazy some beeches.

Posted on: 1/12 13:28:12
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Re: 22 lb Plus walleye
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Sure looks like a Zander to me...

Posted on: 1/12 13:20:55
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Re: Metro Lakes: Dirty and Overfished
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One thing for sure in regards to metro lakes besides the trash that slobs leave eyery winter is the lakes are polluted,check the dnr consumption reports on any lake and you'll see the metro lakes are the worst,we have chemical run off all year from lake shore owners to street/hiway run off all winter.

Posted on: 1/11 14:27:36
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Re: 2014 year class
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Oldstar,agreed,our dnr folks called the 13/14 banner year classes of walleye a "fluke" remember? Had nothing to do with NO netts...cough,cough...Bullshites.

Posted on: 1/10 14:00:58
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Re: Any luck out on red?
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As years pass we learn mum's the word on a good bite no matter where it is happening,hell I even tell nosey folks a complete different lake on occassion,it took about 2 years for the red lake crappie bite to leak,then the boom in 2001.Seen the same thing happen around the country,years ago we had it goin on in the sandhills of nebraska,giant gills from the rich fertile lakes in that area,infisherman caught wind of 12-13" blue gills,giant crappies and perch and then the onslaught after they pubished and article,same with local spots,someone has some luck,tell some folks in a bar or bring one or two buddies out,them they bring a couple buddies and so on,next thing ya know "hey what happened to the fish?"

Posted on: 1/5 14:57:49
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Re: White Bear Fishing Report
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Get away from the crowd,to much traffic near belaire and ramsey beech,lots of good structure out on the main lake,small window for walleyes around prime time on the bear,action can be quick 15-20 minutes then zip or a slow window from sundown to 7pm or so.Get on some rocks in 18 to 25fow before sundown,the right spot will be loaded with perch,bottom 5' will be solid perch,then right@dark they dissappear and walleyes and pike will move in to feed.Verry clear lake,don't rule out deep water structure,we've taken walleyes in 30' to 40' summer and winter.

Posted on: 1/5 11:48:01
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Re: Northeast SD Ice and Fishing conditions
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I suspect the lodge your staying with will have info for you or they should,but as stated your smack dab in the middle of some darn good fishing country,reseach some of the lakes in the area,sdfgp will have creel reports on they're web page,all part of scouting new locations.Good luck,hope to see your report when you get back.

PS~ x2 sportsman cove,its worth a visit to the shop,buy some bait and your license,they are a friendly sort.

Posted on: 1/5 11:36:48
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Re: Any luck out on red?
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Reading all these reports has me wondering,"what happened to the URL" walleye bite? seems the days of 20,30 walleyes per person have dissappearded.

Can't be that the lake is in trouble again,can it? talk of hoards of people all over the 50k acres we can fish and few fish are caught,or maybe the successfull anglers are keeping their mouth shut which isn't such a bad idea. Its still fun to scroll thru the reports tho,thanx guyz.

Posted on: 1/4 13:03:49
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