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Round Lake

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Anyone have any information on the bite on Round Lake?

Daryl Ekstrom

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they were geting walleyes at night now i think it is hit and miss one night it is good the next night you wont get a bit

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Need more information for my buddy that is going up there next weekend. Wants to know what is hitting and where and when and what they are hitting on.

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Be thankful for any info you get. The only real way to see whats going on is go out and do it yourself.

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Exactly, be thankful the info that your lucky to get posted on here for FREE! If Round doesn't work for your buddy, I heard from the fishing associate at Cabela's in Rogers he told me that there is a hot walleye bite on Minnetonka, and that I should get out there and get to know the lake......so your buddy could try Tonka, 15-20 feet, Park Bay, Glow Red buckshot Northland rattle spoon, tipped with shiner tail, and plain jig tipped with emerald shiners for dead stick.

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Thanks Dodge Guy for the info, I passed it on. Bluegill, Walleye I was not asking where his icehouse is . Just relax and enjoy the weather.

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I keep hearing about walleyes at night on Round...how is the lake during the day? Species?

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Haven't had anyone hit round in the last few days, but in the past during the daytime have had a pretty fare perch bite.

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whats the ice conditions like up there im comming up for the weekend and want to know if there is anything to out for

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Has anyone heard any reports out of Dunbar/Dixon lakes? I wanted to check out these lakes last time i was up that way but spent too much time on Red and LOTW to make the trip.

Hopefully be able to make another stop in Feb.

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Haven't heard any reports from those lakes this winter yet. Anyone else?????

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