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Mud or gravel
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From Plymouth, MN
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Heading up for another trip in the morning. Plan on fishing the afternoon into early evening. Last trips have been hitting the mud out of Red Door with decent success. Wondering if should hit the mud or change things up and try the deep gravel out of Lybacks?

Anyone have an opinion?

Thanks.

Posted on: 2/3 22:22:10
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Marked lots of fish on mud. Fished a break in 27 fow at evening, so many fish marked, so few bit.

Posted on: 2/4 0:51:27
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Thanks searching4slabs. Had a similar problem last time was up there.

Posted on: 2/4 1:16:11
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Re: Mud or gravel
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From Two Harbors
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Been down here since Thursday marking lot more fish than catching. Dead sticking and rattle reels are out fishing the jig. Hopefully with the warmer weather the last two days she will turn around. On the deep gravel and the marcum has been showing a ton of fish. Camera as well. Good luck and tight lines.

Posted on: 2/4 7:57:30
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Ditto. Tons of fish marked very slow. In 30 fow in mud. Have 3 other buddies up to 27ft. Not doing any better. 6 fish total biggest 21 1/2. Rest 16's. Not a bit overnight. All from deadstick. Did manage a nice 14 1/2 jumbo perch. Might try gravel?

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Posted on: 2/4 9:04:46
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Thanks guys. Guess will flip a coin when get to the fork in the road at the bait shop.

Will report back how I do later.

Posted on: 2/4 9:30:24
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Ditto. Tons of fish marked very slow. In 30 fow in mud. Have 3 other buddies up to 27ft. Not doing any better. 6 fish total biggest 21 1/2. Rest 16's. Not a bit overnight. All from deadstick. Did manage a nice 14 1/2 jumbo perch. Might try gravel?



Nice hog perch !!!!

Posted on: 2/4 11:34:45
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Re: Mud or gravel
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From Ramsey/St. Cloud
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First try on millacs in a couple years. We got out to the gravel in 30ft at 7 this morning, we have caught 21 so far with one being in the slot and the biggest being 23 inches. Hole hopping is key though. We will see how the evening bite is.

Posted on: 2/4 15:20:42
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Re: Mud or gravel
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The fish have "scattered" past few weeks. Sure it's part time of year and prolly alot more pressure than its seen in a while. Moving finding active schools helps. As I'm sure fishing spots that haven't been getting fished as much.

I fished some rock mud areas this week a d didn't get big numbers( 8-16)but got some fish. Plus the bigger fish seem to be more active. Got 4 26.5s in one day.

Posted on: 2/4 15:57:48
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Re: Mud or gravel
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From Eagan,Mn
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Wow! Nice to see that big perch, nice job.

Posted on: 2/4 16:39:44
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