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Re: Mud or gravel
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04/13/2011
From Ramsey/St. Cloud
Posts: 155
A lot more lookers this afternoon/evening compared to the morning. We did get a bonus tagged fish though.

Posted on: 2/4 19:27:25
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Re: Mud or gravel
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12/11/2011
From mora mn
Posts: 701
Quote:

Fishking22 wrote:
A lot more lookers this afternoon/evening compared to the morning. We did get a bonus tagged fish though.


What color tag? Reward on Orange tags

Posted on: 2/4 19:41:18
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Re: Mud or gravel
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09/24/2008
Posts: 205
Catch a tagged fish, then what? In case I come across one

Posted on: 2/4 19:47:39
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Re: Mud or gravel
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12/06/2008
From IGH
Posts: 156
orange tag you should remove from fish and mail it in for a free fishing lure. Yellow tag, leave on fish but record the tag number and submit the number, length and location to the dnr.

Posted on: 2/4 21:47:03
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Re: Mud or gravel
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11/03/2008
From Plymouth, MN
Posts: 424
Ended up going out of Lybacks to the gravel. Took their road towards the end and setup on the edge of a hump in about 24 FOW.

Was pretty slow. Caught about 4 and missed a couple more. Had some lookers that did not take but they were a minority.

Looking at it after the fact should have ventured a little bit farther out. Not long after we got setup had several wheelhouses pull in and set up. Very nice of them to setup and run a 100' extension cord and run their generator closer to me than them.

Good day to be out there. Wind was a little bit bitter when we set up but calmed down nicely and was able to pack up in a sweatshirt and no gloves.

Posted on: 2/4 23:04:21
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Joined:
04/13/2011
From Ramsey/St. Cloud
Posts: 155
It was not an orange tag, it was a yellow one. Also got a 14.5 inch perch like Yukonman. Tons of fish down there after dark, but they are very hard to get to bite. We needed the day around 30 fish with plenty of misses in between.

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Posted on: 2/5 8:18:10
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Re: Mud or gravel
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01/14/2014
From Gaylord
Posts: 23
Nice! Fished mud in 30ft. Very slow only 2 since yesterday at this time. Wish I would have done the gravel. Oh well always next weekend. Better than being at work

Posted on: 2/5 10:58:26
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Re: Mud or gravel
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11/03/2008
From Plymouth, MN
Posts: 424
Attempt to revive this post as it seemed productive last time.

Heading up on Friday for a day trip with the kids. Any recent differences in mud and gravel?

Thinking if trying gravel this time will target deeper breaks. If go mud will probably look for that bottom edge.

Posted on: 2/15 19:49:45
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Re: Mud or gravel
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11/23/2015
From Minnesota
Posts: 457
Mud has been hit pretty hard this year and last time I was up on a weekend you could hardly even get on a flat without being set up next to someone. I went back in towards shore and fished gravel and had better results especially over night

Posted on: 2/15 19:55:03
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Re: Mud or gravel
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05/04/2009
From Central, Mn
Posts: 81
Fished 8 mile the last two weekends. Two weeks ago we averaged about 10 fish per day on the bottom edge. Last weekend we moved to the top edge full moon and only averaged 5 fish per 24 hour period. Mainly set lines and fatheads seemed to out do shiners. Pink and glow white best jig. Best time remained dark through 11pm. Morning and day bite was no exist last weekend.......good luck should be a great weekend.

Posted on: 2/15 20:36:33
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