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sparetime

Long Point in January

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sparetime    3
sparetime

We are going to Long Point early January. Have always fished the Rainy River area this time of year. Do the walleye bite out on Long Point this time of year too? I suspect they do, just want to be sure I'm not steering my group to an area that would be better at some other time.

Thanks for your input.

I have had good luck on Long Point in past years, but it was February. We will be in portables.

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fiskyknut    0
fiskyknut

Your party should get fish there then in January no probs!

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icemiester71    0
icemiester71

If all else fails go way way out there away from everyone (at least a mile or two),away from the nearest soul, fishhouse, and dead burbout. Get in 34fow and catch all the sauger you want with an occasional tullibee, eye, lawyer, and perch mixxed in. You will think you are the sauger-king. If only i could find that elusive sauger in the summertime....

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sparetime    3
sparetime

Trip is all set up, can't wait for January. People from down south would think I'm nuts for saying that, but everyone here understands.

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Kingfisher    0
Kingfisher

We fish LP most of the time all winter with very good success. January is usually better than February. Hope you have a great time.

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