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Re: Red Lake report 2/16 -2/19
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Interesting hits and misses up there,certainly nothing like the last few years report wise.

Posted on: Today 12:56:57
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Re: Devils Lake - First Time
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Seems odd? I always had great luck fishing jumbo's when we popped holes and the shrimp gushered up with the water as we punched through,then in the evening the shrimp would come up attracted by the lights and the walleyes would move in,this was fishing six mile bay. Then during a slow day bite we would find walleyes in the submerged tree's away from the crowds of course.

Posted on: Today 12:49:11
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Re: Elusive 11" Bluegill
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Indeed! what a toad! job well done!

Posted on: Ystrday 15:24:25
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Re: Lower Red Lake fishing
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Agreed,finally a great report from lower red,great job and well thought out,so another question whats the skinny on non natives fishing lower red?I understand you need a native guide but whats the process? $$ wise? I've also read that on the rez you have plenty of species found on smaller bodies of water,againg a guide is required right?

Posted on: 2/17 14:12:23
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Re: Snow Goose Guide
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Loopy,

Have you booked a hunt yet? Fast forward with this warm weather,my contacts setup shop in northeast missouri last week,as of yesterday 1/2 of the crew moved to sodak,snows are pouring in big time all the way up to sand lake refuge,crazy spring! I suspect outfitters in the area of sodak will have openings this early,normal years the best time to hunt sodak depending on the snowline is the 1st two weeks of april,keep in mind the leading edge of the spring migration are adult birds and a little more challenging to decoy but fun none the less,younger birds are still coming from southern states.

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Posted on: 2/17 13:57:56
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Re: Lund Explorer recarpet
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I brought my rig to lund for the carpet job,worth the effort as they also went through my rig and found stress cracks on the underside out side layer skin from my roller trailer and replace the entire skin under warrenty,they told me they see these stress cracks often from roller trailers.

Posted on: 2/16 8:51:59
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Re: Looks like someone is Living on Bald Eagle?
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Must be dropping the kids in a ice hole as I don't see any land mines on the ice.

Posted on: 2/10 9:13:39
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Re: Looks like someone is Living on Bald Eagle?
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This time of year our dnr guys will make the rounds as they cruise the lakes and take pics of shackes in the shanty towns/shanties with owner contact info,shacks not removed by set removel dates will be cited,thats the plan anyway.

Over the years I've seen many pos shacks mysteriously burn down during the night,these folks get tagged as well.

Posted on: 2/7 10:54:41
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Re: Best winter shore fishing spots
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Buddy fishing below redwing tells me fishing is steady both in a boat and guyz casting from shore...

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Posted on: 2/4 14:17:24
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Re: Snow Goose Guide
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Most if not all good guides have been booked for months by now,goodluck in your search this late in the season,might find an opening due to cancelation's,Top Gun is good outfit that has a great network of landowners from missouri to north dakota.

PS~ Make sure you ask how many guns in the field,no fun if the outfits put 10-12 guns in one field unles they are all friends thats an exception.I hunt with one outfit these days that stack 6 shooters max or if you have (6) friends that want to hunt they'll put you in a field solo,no strangers set dekes out and ecallers etc...BUT keep in mind your odds a of good shoot better if you book more than one day,spring migration can very day by day once they start heading north.

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Posted on: 2/3 9:28:15
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