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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
12/11/2011
From mora mn
Posts: 770
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chickenlips wrote:
Sissabagamah Only lake I ever seen that happen on. It gets so thick, you can't see your jig. Why only at night?[/quote

I've fished a few lakes that had did this. Thinks it from light levels that trigger the rise from from the bottom. It can be hard to see jig but the fish are there feeding. Fine tune flasher so you can pick out jig and more solid marks will come though.

Posted on: 2016/1/15 9:20
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
01/15/2008
From Mille Lacs/Landfall
Posts: 1039
I know 2 lakes that do this in Carlton County and once it happens the bite is done!

Posted on: 2016/1/15 9:25
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
12/10/2010
From Otsego, Minnesota
Posts: 32
This weekend was good. Very cold. We had a solid 9 inches of ice or more everywhere we went. Managed to find the crappies but the eyes were not biting much.

Posted on: 2016/1/18 11:56
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
07/31/2007
From central mn
Posts: 4362
Zoo plankton like this is common on fertile lakes and will light up your flasher towards evening,as stated the fish are there,it helps phasing out this issue if you have a vex starting with the fl18,newer units have the low power mode to filter out this clutter.

Posted on: 2016/1/18 14:58
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
12/29/2015
Posts: 29
Low power on the flasher along with a narrow beam transducer. Still hard to fish.

I have a lake that is 60' deep and the zooplankton will show on the bottom 10' all day. Come evening, it moves up to 30'.

Posted on: 2016/1/19 9:04
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Re: Fishing Aitkin Area lakes
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Joined:
04/29/2008
Posts: 2
Any ice report for Esquagama? How is the access and how much snow is on the lake?

Posted on: 2016/2/22 18:37
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