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bowhuntz

buffalo bay reports

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just wondering any reports for the under fished bay

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I don't have much of a fishing report, I've been up there 2 times and that was to just basically get the fish houses out on the spots, first weekend didn't go so well, had to leave one fish house 1/2 way out on the ice, wheelers couldn't pull it anymore, too much snow, not enough ice to trust bringing the truck out, hooked on last weekend with the truck and pulled it the rest of the way.

Only fished about 4 hours total so far, action is there, threw back a bunch of small walleye, kept one keeper. Found 2 HUGE perch and 1 40" pike.

Glow red seems to work the best so far, didn't seem to matter if it was live bait or frozen. Ice is about 15" plus.

Will be up there this weekend or sometime near new years anyway.

Mike

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MN Mike Just wondering if you been up there since last post, thinking of pulling up the shack this weekend. did you come from bufflo bay marina or brich point?

Thanks bowhuntz

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I haven't been up there but my Dad has been up there for 3 days. S L O W W W W is the word but then he doesn't use much for electronics, he knows how to use the GPS and that is it. Beside he usually goes for Pike instead of Walleye but they did manage a few perch I guess, the Walleye they did catch were very small.

I'm still planning on this weekend, I've been going out of Birch all season so far, will be at the Marina in a couple weeks though.

Might bring the sled this weekend and go exploring a little.

Mike

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Anybody heading up this weekend? We will be up there Friday - Sunday.

Mike

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Mike who is all going this time? When I dropped the vex off at the shop Dan said how many finders do we need. grin.gifDid he look for his or going to use mine? Good luck and give the report when you get back.

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heading up this weekend thinking about going out of springsteel its as good of place to go as any I think.

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Lil'

I think you should be fine too hopefully this weather won't mess them up too much, Dad had talked to some guys fishing South Tip this last weekend and it sounded like they were doing well.

FISH.....

Thanks for the use of the Vex, worked great, Dan did find his so we had 4 units up there. I finally got to use my Marcum in the portable instead of leaving it in one of the perm. houses and having to ' share ' a screen with Jon. Got to be a battery recharging fest in the evening but we managed well.

It was a great time again, I put a report on the other Buffalo Bay report thread.

Thanks again.....

Mike

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