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going out tomorrow. anything biting? Also can you still park on the road by the bridge? I have seen people doing it. My sis just bought a house a couple miles from there.

Where's bait shops? North branch?

Thanks in advance.

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The closest bait shop would probably be the one at Harris. It's just off 35W at the Co Road #10 exit. Good luck! 1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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Thanks, I am starting to pack right now.

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How did you do?

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hehe, one tiny perch. Nobody was hitting anything where we were. Just off the main lake by the 50ft hole. My new 4wheeler is pending reg and tags, so I just couldnt drag it far enough. A few guys far out caught walleyes, but NONE were keepers. biggest I heard was 16 inches (17 inch min. for keepers) and NOBODY could find the crappies. But I did talk to a few guys who pointed where to find them for next time.

Like I said real slow for everyone. I got two REAL NICE strikes, but that was it for me. Two cameras and a vex. Didnt even mark a fish.

still wishing for a fish fry.

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Could a wheeler get around on the lake or is it slushy? Also wondering where you parked?

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I saw 2wd wheelers and 3 wheelers all over the place. Its about 6 inches of snow on top. Very little slush under it. I parked at the resort next to the bridge.

Just remember the limit is only 5 crappies and any walleye over 17.

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