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maros91

Saturday Report (Pics)

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maros91    0
maros91

Went out of Hunters Point around noon Saturday. Wanted to go in the morning but the -20 kept me in bed awhile longer. My buddy and I took a sled to Lakeside Reef and where fishing around 1pm. Fished from 1pm to 5:30pm and iced 12 walleyes and missed about 4 others. Took home 6 fish from 14"-19". Largest being 26". Two at 22" and three were under 12". Ice was 7"-9" and the snowmobile was the way to go. Here are the pics:

19"

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26"

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All fish were caught jigging with gold spoons and the 26" was caught dead sticking with plain hook and minnow.

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Aces In The Hole    0
Aces In The Hole

Nice to see you hads some luck! Thanks for the update! Soon the house will be out and I'll be up there! Nice fishs!

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Nice report and great looking fish!

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johncolson    0
johncolson

Happy to see you had success. I was watching you from my house. I will be out soon myself.

John

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TJB    0
TJB

Nice pic's!

What was your bait and lure/presentation?

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Huntin&Fishin    6
Huntin&Fishin

How deep are the fish this time of year? I might head to 3 mile reef soon here.

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ozzie    71
ozzie

Biff I saw this thread and was scared to open it for fear that your picture would show-up and my computer would get a virus or crash or soomehting!! grin.gif Good to see that you and joe caught some fish!! nice report

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Glockwinger

Nice Fish! I can't wait to put the permanent out in a couple weeks! If I had a snomobile I would be out already, not gonna pull the sled that far in the snow. Excellent pics.

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walleyecaber

Nice report and very nice looking fish . Glad to hear and see reports like this. Still waiting to come up there but the bite is good down my way right now and hard to go anywhere else. cool.gif

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GoggleEye

I knew I should have gone out of the East shore like I usually do. I picked up a couple nice fat fish off of Malone island saturday but not near as many as you guys did. The rest of my fishing will be done out of Appledorns and Hunter's Point this year. I may invest in a snowmobile soon also, dragging through that snow is grueling. Nice fish guys.

GoggleEye

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We were just off of Lakeside Reef in 21ft. I had on a gold buckshot rattle spoon with a minnow head and my buddy had a gold forage minnow with minnow head. We were jigging about 6 inches to a foot off bottom, fish would not smack it, you had to jig them up about a foot to get them to bite. For our dead stick I had a red hook and fathead which produced nothing and my buddy had plain hook and fathead which got one fish, the 26". Both were a foot off the bottom. Would have used golden shiners but from the time I got my bait at Prince to the time we were fishing the bag was frozen solid and all were dead. shocked.gif Might be heading up again during the week, we will see.

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Biff I saw this thread and was scared to open it for fear that your picture would show-up and my computer would get a virus or crash or somehting!!
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Ozzie- Everyone knows I am much better looking in person, plus the computer screen adds 50lbs. grin.gif

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Captain B.R.K

Biff_Tannen- nice pic's! Way to stick out the cold temps this weekend. You and your buddy were definately rewarded grin.gif

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