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solocam

12 lake just south east of Aitkin has ice!!!

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solocam

I just came off the lake. We have 4 inches up by shore and 3 in the deep part of the lake. Time for a little vex neck!!

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palisade1kid

Dang double poster!!!

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Walleye71

Solocam,

Do you live over on the lake? I'll be on Section 10 next weekend. I believe you are refering to the sister lake of Section 10.

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palisade1kid

I got Vex neck today .

Have you found any of these yet?

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We spanked 25 crappies and a bunch of smaller eyes.

The biggest was 17"

The ice was 5".

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solocam

Quote:

Solocam,

Do you live over on the lake? I'll be on Section 10 next weekend. I believe you are refering to the sister lake of Section 10.


Yep and Yep.

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Walleye71

Solocam,

What is the snow coverage like on 12 Lake? Think you can ride a wheeler or snowmobile on the lake yet? Unless you get another foot of snow up there, I'll be up this weekend.

Thanks.

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solocam

We have about 14" of snow on about 5" of ice. We had the wheeler on the lake last weekend and had no problem. Some sleds have been out also.

10 lake had ice about 3 days before we did so you should be fine.

My cousin got 20 crappies last weekend.

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Walleye71

Sweet!

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Walleye71

Solocam,

Was out on Saturday afternoon, west side of the lake. 10 crappies, 3 northerns and a few baby bull heads. Lots of eagle food! 9 inches of ice and a lot of slop on the ice close to shore. tough walking. slush would freeze on the bottom of the sled. Pain in the rear end to pull then. On Mille Lacs, sunday 3 walters and 10 perch out of Fishers. I need to get a snowmobile!

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solocam

Walleye 71,

We hit the bay on 10 on Sunday for about 1 hour before dark, caught 6 crappies and two notherns. The ice not good.

What part of 12 are you on? Let me know if you are going to be coming up again this winter and we can try a couple of spots.

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Walleye71

Solocam,

I hit 10 last weekend. Sorry for the confusion. Yeah, lots of slush on the ice. I didn't get out in the bay by our cabin, the red cabin on the point on north side of the lake. I walked out of the west side on 10, Heft's bay is what we call it.

I'll give you a heads up when I go up next time.

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Walleye, 71

Sounds good. I will keep you posted on the ice conditions.

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palisade1kid

Here's some video from Sat.

Mallard came up & we went to BSL only to find we could not mark a fish.After a few hours we bagged it.

There were other spots to fish,but we were dragging a heay porty so we went back to town and got the quad and headed for a different lake.

The fish were there only nothing very big.

I did however get some good video of how to do a lift with a flasher.

The bottom was at about 11 o'clock or what they call the leading edge.

the fish were stack for anywhere from 2-4 feet up from the bottom.

Watch to see how we drop into them,pull out and trigger the fish to give chase.

http://s65.photobucket.com/albums/h209/p...ceseason057.flv

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http://s65.photobucket.com/albums/h209/p...ceseason056.flv

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Nothing huge ,but we did catch a decent dinner and sometimes action is better than no action..

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solocam

Ck, What lake did you hit yesterday? Tony and I went out on 12 for about 3 hours and only caught 3. Then I buried my wheeler bad when we went to go. All in all it was a great day of fishing. cool.gif

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palisade1kid

We hit 12 on Sat. afternoon.That's were those vids came from.

There's a ton of water there.We got wet on the way out and then coming back we hugged the shore and stayed dry.

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