Guests - If You want access to member only forums on FM. You will gain access only when you Sign-in or Sign-Up on Fishing Minnesota.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
walleyeking19

pulaski

3 posts in this topic

When i moved into our house here on pulaski in 1996, all you would catch were little northerns. Now most of the northerns are gone and all you will catch are rockbass. I was just wondering what happened to all of the northerns and why are there so many rockbass live in the lake.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

No one likes rockbass and people speer and pickle northerns. It has gained popularity as an ok lake for northerns. With fewer of the slimers, mabye we'll see bigger ones.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I like Pulaski because I can catch quite a variety. I anchored outside the deep side of a weed edge and caught several walleyes, northerns, lots of decent sized sunnies, some small laregemouth bass, and of course rockies.

Funny I was in Canada a couple of weeks ago catching northerns or jacks as they call them and when I came back it is harder now to judge fish. I caught a 23" northern and my brother thought for sure it was only 16-17" because it was so skinny. I probably only was 1.5lbs and a 23" in Canada was at least 4lbs. Skinny suckers for sure.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • ZachD
      I believe they take vets living in veteran homes around the area like Silver Bay veteran home ect
    • ZachD
      tango loves going to Crooked lake!   Sand pines really works with you well for starting off. I don't know just because they were not busy but the kid stayed out with me and planted one by one until I told him to release them all. Golden meadows is nice as well. Do the pre buy program (I think if you buy before mid Aug) and the birds are a good price. They will flag all the birds if you want.   He still only weighs under 60lbs but I like it that way he is deadly fast and never gets tired   Cant wait to see how he does this season want to make a trip to the Dakotas at least once
    • fishingalex
      Does anybody know of a local Alexandria shop that would install a Humminbird Helix for me?
    • ifishwalleye
      Like Mlaker3 said... go as light as you can. The key is to try and stay vertical. It's the nature of the beast when jigging in rocks that your going to get some snags and loose some jigs. 
    • JBMasterAngler
      Thanks for all info. Even if I end up staying at the kawashiwi river campground (which I've done the past 2 years), now I at least know where to drive around and scout out some spots for next trip. 
    • redlabguy
      Good advice! I appreciate it. And good to hear from you. I found fish over the weekend on reef tops with few if any bites. I should've moved on but 11-12" fish made me think better ones might come. The good fish I did find were on the sides of reefs.  I'm off the water for family business, but hoping for a good August! Dick
    • eyeguy 54
      maybe he didn't see the question yet? google is your friend. this one sounds like its for vets that are at the VA.  not sure. Check out Take a Vet Fishing online.  couple events coming up. not by Duluth tho. 
    • loadmaster
      And people do not understand why this site is dead.  Ask a simple question and not even a reply.  Will be seeing ya all
    • Cliff Wagenbach
      Good walleye, bass and panfish there! Cliff
    • wildcat1993
      I will be heading up this Sunday out of Crane..any reports from Crane, Sand or Namakan?