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Cowdy

STALKER LAKE

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Has anyone been out on Stalker this winter?

If so, what depth are the walters biting and also the gills?

Thanks

Cowdy

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Hey Cowdy, Have you heard anything more on Stalker? I'll probably go there this weekend at least to check it out. Ottertail bound if its bad.....

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No one had given any info on Stalker yet?

I guess I'll find out for myself.

Cowdy

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So did you make it out on Stalker? Just wondering how you did and if you have any basic info.

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I was out there on the 23rd. Lots of slush! I was standing in water pretty much everywhere I fished, was not fun. As far as the fishing, lots of perch(small) and a nice mess of bluegills. Was not worth the slush and water though! Ice conditions might have improved with this cold front. I've been out on Ottertail since!

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I was out there on the 25th. There was some big slush pockets and plenty of snow. I would recommend a snowmobile.

As for the fishing. I had one nice walleye and two northerns in three hours of fishing.

KC

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