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Muddog

If you wre hunting for a state record Large Mouth Bass, where in this area would you go?

It's Friday. I'll be on the water aaallllll day long Saturday. cool.gif

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hawkeye43

North confused.gifgrin.gif

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katoguy

I'll tell you when I get her tomorrow. Or maybe you'll see my happy mug in the paper. grin.gif

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luckycrank

THERE ARE A LOT OF BIG BASS LAKES IN OUR AREA, IF I HAD TO CHOOSE ONE IT WOULD BE A DIVERSE FISHERY WITH BOTH A GOOD SHAD BASE AS WELL AS CRAWFISH AND OTHER FOOD SOURCES ONE THAT RECIEVES LITTLE ANGLING PRESSURE (AT LEAST FOR BASS)ON THAT ISN'T PRONE TO WINTERKILL AND THUS CAN SUSTAIN MANY YEAR CLASSES OF FISH.

THE CANNON RIVER/TETONKA WATERSHED HAS ALL OF THAT AND HAS BEEN KNOW TO KICK OUT SOME REAL PIGS CANNON LAKE IS VERY UNDER FISHED FOR LARGEMOUTH AND I HAVE SEEN NUMORUOS FISH OVER 6-6.5 # RANGE CAUGHT THERE HOW EVER THEY ARE FAR AND FEW BEETWEEN SO LOCATING ACTIVE FISH THERE CAN BE TOUGH. HOWEVER I HAVE SEEN ONE OVER 7 THIS YEAR AND ONE JUST UNDER @ 6.95 JUST A THOUGHT....

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luckycrank

CAN'T WAIT grin.gif

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Muddog

I hear the can't wait. I couldn't. I put on my waders and hit the Cannon. No Lg Mouth Bass but 20 of these.

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There were some real pigs too. Some were around 17". You could see them hitting the surface, throw your bait (Sasie shad) into the boil and WHAM. One right after the other.

Blue bird skys tomarrow. You should have been there today. grin.gif

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efgh

I would go to Reeds Lake, there are some real pigs in it.

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Muddog

I would find a lakes with good Bass populations that are to small for Bass turnies. Work one and move to the next.

This year I have cought Sm Mouth Bass as far up the Cannon River as Gorman Lake. More and More and More Bass Lakes every year!

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Team Otter

Frances or Fish.

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sheepheadslayer

Kato,

Seen ur rig go by sat, how did you do?? Looks like there was plenty of competition seen about 10 bunk trailers there.

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love2fish4ever

Fish? Interesting lake.

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bluebill

i got 4 bass this summer on clear lake that pushed 7# lost 1 at the boat that was bigger love catch & release lakes

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    • Chill62
      10 day forecast doesn't show anything with low temps below 15 degrees.  It might make ice but it wont be making it necessarily fast.
    • Nix769
      Thanksgiving would be nice...but first week of December still works!   Rogers on Red is already allowing wheelers and sleds...no side by sides yet.
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    • eyeguy 54
      if it ever comes down to those 2 choices for you, do the eye thing. Cant fish with you if yer dead. 
    • JerkinLips
      Looks like Big Bay is still open, so I don't think I'll be ice fishing Thanksgiving Day weekend.  I'm guessing the Big Bay will freeze this Sunday or Tuesday.  Lake should be walkable by December 2 when I plan to go up.
    • leech~~
      Why do you think I come here everyday?  It's better then poking your eye with a sharp stick or slitting your wrists! 
    • gimruis
      I don't see any serious cold snaps in the next 2 weeks so its likely open water will still be in play for those brave enough to try it.
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    • popriveter
      Now is tough time. I was watching bays ice over a week ago and they are wide open again this week. Could be ice fishing in 10 days, could be ice fishing in a month. Who knows? I have a work trip to North Dakota in 2 weeks and I've been clinging to the hope they might be iced over so I can fish a little afterhours. Probably a longshot. I've already spooled the reels, cleaned and organized the gear, charged the batteries. Trying not to fishing-shop myself into financial woe. Even tried to celebrate open water by wading in neoprene waders and trying to find some sunfish on wetflies. No dice. Ugh.