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12-23
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Me and 2 buddies fished today. Started on some gravel with slower results. Bounced around a bit to different areas. Ended up finding good group of fish around 1. Ended up with 74 with prolly 15+ misses and lost fish. I got the biggest fish with 2 25" one being tagged and lost a 26ish at bottom of hole. Fun day of fishing hope to get back out soon

Posted on: 2018/12/23 21:58
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Great report and hell of a trip. Need to get up there and catch some of those footballs.........Kirk

Posted on: 2018/12/23 22:07
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Re: 12-23
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From Moorhead, MN
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Great Report!!

I am heading there on Wednesday-Friday with my two boys.
It is our first time ice fishing the lake and my 6 yr old is excited to say the least.
Is there any special lure or depth we should look for, not looking for a specific spot just hoping for a little advice.

Thanks for any help, Matt

Posted on: 2018/12/23 23:00
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Re: 12-23
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Hunt4eye. I have been out on the lake 5-6 times this year so far and have caught fish everywhere I've gone. There is a lot of fish in the lake right now. The key to mille lacs for me at least is to stay Mobil for best results but can catch good fish sitting still also. Guessing with a 6 yr old that's your option. So look for any break weather it be sand rock or mud and you should catch fish.

I usually use #6 green uv rippen rap but yesterday they did not like that at all. Even my rattle spoons they not to keyed on. So the flutter type spoons where best. But every day is different.

Posted on: 2018/12/24 8:41
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Re: 12-23
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We are bringing portables and are going to try and move as much as possible.
Is there a bite after dark or during the mid day or is it mainly at sunrise and sunset???
It is funny even with Christmas here my boys are more excited to hit the lake!!


Thanks again sundie23 for the information it is much appreciated!

Posted on: 2018/12/24 9:17
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Re: 12-23
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We got fish from sunrise all the way till we left at 630. Few hrs before dark was best but that is when we got on some good fish also

Posted on: 2018/12/24 19:15
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Re: 12-23
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How much ice? What side of the lake if you don't mind telling

Posted on: 2018/12/25 1:59
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Re: 12-23
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10-12" . started kinda south west and traveled from there hitting different structure

Posted on: 2018/12/25 12:35
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Re: 12-23
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I was up on the mud on the 23rd with some buddies for a day trip. We also did pretty well that day and will echo the hot bite the last couple hours of light. I had the best results with a 1/8 oz macho minnow, but we also got fish on the tip ups including the three biggest at 26,26,27. We didn't quite have as many fish as you Sundie but it was a banner day for sure. Quite honestly we lost track at the end of the day, but didn't care. Pretty crazy average size of 19-20"!

Posted on: 2018/12/26 9:57
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