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gregstef

Ice fishing for Pike/Walleyes

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I am interested in a December,early January trip for Pike on tip ups and spearing during the day with some late afternoon walleyes nearby. My Dad is 84 and probably cant handle any real long 4-wheelr/sled rides. Any suggestions on a place to try and timing of the trip?? thanks much for any help.

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Hi Greg,

That late December early January can be a great time for Pike and Walleyes. I guide year round, and can accomodate the Pike and walleye portion of the equation excluding the spear house. Woody's would be a nice place for you to stay, and I do a lot of guiding through his resort. I have multiple portable fishhouses, as well as a 6'6 x 16 permanent sleeper decked out fishhouse. That house can sleep 4 guys. That house usually isn't placed until sometime in January depending on our ice conditions. Give me a holler if you would like to line something up! mr_rainy1@yahoo.com

RD

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