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Reef reports?
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11/12/2010
Posts: 49
Headed up next Thursday with sleds. Anyone have a reef report for Knights or Bridges? Maybe Starren?

Posted on: 2/20 10:00:31
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Re: Reef reports?
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01/17/2017
Posts: 40
slow, slow, and slower. seems that way all over the lake right now from guys i talk to.

Posted on: 2/20 13:24:43
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Re: Reef reports?
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Joined:
12/05/2010
From Baudette, Mn
Posts: 172
Fished Knight and Garden the last 4 days. Deep, Shallow, Mud and Rocks, Same result SLOW!!!!! Was good till they plowed a road to Bridges.....

Posted on: 2/20 17:16:23
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Re: Reef reports?
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Joined:
01/07/2011
From Waseca, MN
Posts: 69
So does all of the resorts have their day houses out on the reefs now? Heading up tomorrow, wondering how far out were going to have to drive.

Posted on: 2/21 9:08:05
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Re: Reef reports?
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12/07/2012
Posts: 1429
Try the two-hour rule.1 hour after sunrise 1 hour before sunset.c63

Posted on: 2/21 15:56:47
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Re: Reef reports?
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Joined:
01/07/2016
Posts: 145
Quote:

nkahnke wrote:
So does all of the resorts have their day houses out on the reefs now? Heading up tomorrow, wondering how far out were going to have to drive.
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The answer is no .. Most resorts day houses are over mud . There may be some houses on reefs , depending on what resort your dealing with , and what part of the lake your on .I've been seeing some negative recent reports on this site lately , so just a reminder on how important electronics are up there this time of year as the walleye don't relate to the bottom foot of water now as much , as many walleye will come through 5-10 ft or more from the bottom.. I've caught them as high up as 10 ft below the ice . If you see something higher up , check it out . Good luck !!

Posted on: 2/22 8:02:55
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