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Re: Tonka Ice?
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5:30-6:45 last night on Tonka was epic. Threw back two 25 inchers and lost 3 more.

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Posted on: 1/2 9:54:11
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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Does anyone have any tips on Tonka walleyes? I am limited in the amount of time I can fish out there and tend to struggle through the ice when I can get out. If anyone is willing to help it would be greatly appreciated! Feel free to PM if you would like.

Thanks guys!

Posted on: 1/2 10:10:51
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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12/27/2011
From Maple Grove
Posts: 295
Fished out of spring park bay this evening and was my first time on Minnetonka. Not much happening, but there was a good 6-8" of ice. Does anyone know the best way to get out to horseshoe reef or diamond reef? I have to walk and didn't look like there are public accesses near. Thanks!

Posted on: 1/2 21:16:24
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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11/22/2014
From St Michael
Posts: 289
Do tonka walleye tend to be related to weeds, or bottom structure? Or is it both?

Posted on: 1/3 10:23:56
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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02/21/2012
From shakopee
Posts: 266
Can I ask you guys what you are using as far as bait to these eyes jw i

Posted on: 1/3 20:57:52
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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01/03/2014
From Mound, MN
Posts: 50
Not an expert by any means. My two best tips would be stick close to the weedline and be out fishing during the sunset hour. I bet I have caught 90% of my eyes during that timeframe. More have come on the set line than jigging, but I had a nice one come up and smack my buckshot a couple of nights ago.

Posted on: 1/3 22:38:25
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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05/25/2006
Posts: 9
I'm a newbie to Tonka. Looking for an area to target walleyes\perch\crappie in a portable. Not looking for exact spots, just a starting point. Where to park and walk out. Wayzata bay?

Posted on: 1/6 10:48:36
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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11/29/2016
From Maple Grove
Posts: 31
There's a place to get on between Tanager and Browns Bay. North shore on browns bay has a lot of structure. It's a bit of a walk but not impossible.

Late in the year there can be pressure ridges in that bay so be careful.

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Posted on: 1/6 10:58:56
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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12/18/2016
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Fished Gray's Bay today. Easily 12 + inches of ice. There were several full sized trucks on the bay as well. I could also see vehicles on Wayzata bay.

Posted on: 1/8 17:32:06
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Re: Tonka Ice?
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04/21/2012
From Minnetonka
Posts: 43
I was shocked to see so many trucks on the east side of Wayzata Bay given that nobody drove more than a 4-wheeler out of the area west of the Boatworks. Is there really that much more ice on the east side? I also saw a lot of trucks and some permanents out on Carson's Bay.

Posted on: 1/9 0:13:02
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