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Whether you are gearing up for the "fall run" or already starting to scratch the ice fishing itch, Reel Fishing and Tackle in Madison Lake is a great place to consider for all your fishing needs (or wants). grin.gif Joe, Matt and Katy and the rest of the staff at Reel Fishing and Tackle are always there for advice and top-notch customer service. So, the next time you're rolling through Madison Lake, stop in and say "hi" to our forum sponsor, thank them for their efforts and give them a little business too.

Thank you Reel Fishing and Tackle!

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Each and every time I am in the Madison lake area to fish, I stop in, purchase my fresh bait and check out the info on the local bite. Reel Fishing & Tackle gets er done for Fishing Minnesota members.

And to Dick, thanks for all the tips when I stop in and for always having a fresh pot of coffee on.

Thanks to all at the shop. smile.gif

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I've even stumbled across a donut before. smirk.gif

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And healthy scoops of minnows too...

Confirmed that the last few days. smirk.gif

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Where else can you get your bait from a great tourney guy like Dick with the wealth of info he has on all of the area lakes? No where in southern MN. except Reel Sports in Madison Lake!

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    • srj
      I wondered if I had stepped thru a time warp and  was back in 1997............really fun day today about 5.5 miles off the south shore. LOTS of action and some nice fish. Two overs and 2 nice keepers at 17" with 6 very nice saugers to fill the bucket, plus 1 sumo perch. Quite a few littles but the action from 10 to 2:30 was much like it used to be. Also several tullibees and they were the biggest I've seen here in a while. Zero fish jigging but glow pink Geminis and glow red Northland forage things were working very well. Wow, is that snow hard.......if it rains at all on Saturday, the snowpack will be like cement.   Good luck.
    • Jim Uran
      Fished Pike Bay this afternoon and did ok, caught 3 walters and a ton of perch that we sorted through, ended up with a half a dozen solid keepers. Didn't move, set up in 19' and stayed there all day. Lots of folks out there tonight enjoying this beautiful weather. 
    • fish_hunt_guy
      What bait shop are u referring to fishingstar?  
    • leech~~
      The real problem with jerky is it just does not last long? I try to store it to make it last longer and the next thing I know it's gone!  Who's eating it! My wife doesn't like it and I'm the only other one home.  Aliens or Big Foot?
    • Horseshoe_Don
      I agree with Rick.    I would not venture to any of the lakes with a current with a wheeler without knowing how the ice forms in these areas.   koetter, zumwalles, and Krays especially.   Plus the bridges or channels that connect them are usually not passable.      I have made it to the 2 cat holes in koetter but the entrance from cedar island is very dangerous.   You can get there from the winter access on cedar island.  about a 2-3 mile drive by wheeler.  (do not go near the bridge at the end of koetter   Don