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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
Posts: 1978
Sounds like you were on them for a while at least!

What were you using on your set lines? I'm heading up for the first time this season later this week for a quick 2 day trip.

Posted on: 2/3 14:05:43
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
04/13/2011
From Ramsey/St. Cloud
Posts: 192
We were out there Friday night to Sunday morning. We caught about 15 but fished hard and worked for them. Only fished in the big house after dark and was out and about on the snowmobile all day. Probably tried in total 10 different spots just picking up one here and a couple there. No slot fish and pulled in a couple 25s. Seems like even the the smallest pieces of structure had 10 houses on it making it difficult to find spots that weren’t heavily pressured.

Posted on: 2/3 14:21:11
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
11/10/2009
From St. Henry, MN
Posts: 512
I caught them on shiners only. Didn't even get a bite on a fathead.

Posted on: 2/4 11:51:29
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
01/23/2012
From nw suburbs
Posts: 473
did great out there as well on fri-sunday caught about 10 just sitting in the house. Fished with deadsticks and tipups got two slot fish to bring home. Biggest was 24" that had a treble hook in its mouth from before was nice to get it out for em!
Fished fatheads and suckers

Posted on: 2/4 20:53:54
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
Posts: 1978
Was up there thursday. We found plenty of fish, getting them to bite was a problem.

Only walleyes came on set lines with either a 4" sucker or 4-5" shiner. They liked the big baits. Nothing special, biggest was 20".

We had sleds but seemed like the snow had compacted to the point where a guy could drive just about anywhere they wanted if they watched out for drifts.

Posted on: 2/8 9:24:49
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
01/23/2012
From nw suburbs
Posts: 473
Yes, the fishing was very tough this last weekend. I attribute it to the onslaught of thousands of ppl.

Posted on: 2/10 22:00:00
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Re: Getting to the mud flats
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Joined:
01/15/2008
From Mille Lacs/Landfall
Posts: 1182
The pressure certainly does not help. But the bite always slows down this time of year. We still did OK last weekend. Historically the second weekend in Feb. is always my slowest on Mille lacs.

Posted on: 2/11 8:43:16
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