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Duffy Bay
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I'm headed up to Duffy Bay on Vermillion with the grandson tomorrow. Is it good fishing in the bay? Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I've never fished the area.

Posted on: 5/25 18:57:36
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Re: Monster Blugills
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I don't think sunfish have much hooking mortality unless they are caught rigging or something. I use gulp for sunfish and would bet my hoking mortality is close to zero. I personally get touchy when I see limits of large sunfish because I have seen so many fisheries destroyed this way. Education is key for the future of our fisheries. Cass is a huge lake far away from large population centers, I'm sure this guy didn't ruin the lake, but it can happen if too many keep limits of large males.

Posted on: 5/25 8:19:45
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Re: Big Boy Lake information needed
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big_fish_guy wrote:
target crappies


A musky guy fishing crappies!!!!!

Posted on: 5/24 14:18:09
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Re: Monster Bluegills
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MARINEMASTER wrote:
I know exactly where he was fishing. Been fishing up there for years, and its been stable for all of 10 years with fish of that class.

I personally wouldn't, and don't take that many, but ts been able to withstand the pressure up there for quite a while. We set a personal rule anything over 9" goes back.


I agree 100%. No reason to keep fish over 9". Those are the important spawners that ensure the genetics stay strong and sneakers keep out of the beds. If we want to keep catching big gills we need to have some restraint from keeping limits of big fish in the spring. It's science, not opinion. Many anglers don't know this. Hopefully this thread can inform some folks.Nice catch and great fun. Just remember to throw some bulls back next time.

Posted on: 5/23 18:26:33
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Re: Stream Trout
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I think you will be Ok 4 hours away. Spinners work great, keep the treble on, it catches way more fish. Crawler under a bobber is a great option too! Have fun.

Posted on: 5/19 8:14:33
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Re: BSL Opener Tips
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I have not fished BSl in a long time. I'm starting to look at lake cabins. Would you guys suggest BSl for a cabin? I hear a lot of complaints about the walleyes just being too dang small.

Posted on: 5/17 12:58:56
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Re: Good Resort near Alex to stay?
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NomadicAngler wrote:
Bigfoot resort on Mary Lake.


That place is well known to house some of the heaviest drinkers on the lake. But walleyes can be had right in front of the resort on Little Mary on the opener.

Posted on: 5/16 11:01:02
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Re: Trout
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They were all brookies and one brown. They spent the day in the cooler on the ride home. The big one was a bland dark old trout and the rest were brilliantly colored when they were caught.

Posted on: 5/10 13:48:09
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Re: Trout
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I have not hit those streams in about 10 years. Boy do they change a lot! Some old spots were worthless and other streams that were bad now held nice fish. We found one great pool and got about 15 off crawlers. That was big fun! They will be going on the grill tonight. No better tasting fish in MN in my opinion.

Posted on: 5/10 11:32:24
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Trout
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I took a youngster out and got a nice batch of brookies. Even a few browns. Biggest was 13". Nice to see some of the streams still holding fish. All south of Duluth area on spinners and crawlers.

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Posted on: 5/10 7:37:34
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