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DoubleLunger

Fishing out of cove bay area

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DoubleLunger    0
DoubleLunger

Anyone been out fishing in this area and done very well? Did great this summer but haven't had much luck this ice season.

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AceintheHole    0
AceintheHole

Most people have moved out on the main lake by now, but you should be able to pick up some perch or pike with a walleye mixed in here and there. Read the report by Wilderness warmth they are based out of cove bay

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DoubleLunger    0
DoubleLunger

Thanks, do you have a house up there?

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AceintheHole

Yes I have a house I bring up from the city and keep on the ice all winter. We have been on Kings hump and doing pretty well. Some days are better then others but I have had a pretty good year so far. Lots of fish in 25-30" range

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DoubleLunger

Thanks. I am heading up next weekend after this cold front goes through. I've always been a eastsider, just started fishing the s/end in the winter reecently.

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eyemaster    0
eyemaster

what is the slot this year?

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AceintheHole    0
AceintheHole

20" AND UNDER ONE OVER 28"

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Kyle Sandberg    0
Kyle Sandberg

Aceinthehole is right. You can have a total of four fish in your possession. That's either 4 under 20" or 3 under 20" and one over 28". Good luck.

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