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vexi

I'm new here, don't know if this is right place to post this.

Any recent reports from Big Stone?

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Eric Wettschreck

Welcom Vexi and yup, this is the place.

I'd love to help ya out but I haven't been on Big Stone for almost a year now. Someone will read this and post, however.

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ortonville

they are getting some fish it has not been great.but if you put in your time and stay mobile you will do ok on the perch.better reports of some walleyes the last few days before the cold

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vexi

Thanks for the advice ortonville. Any general areas, depth?

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ortonville

the walleyes where on the north 1/3 of the lake moveing south.the perch are on the very south end and moveing north in the middle of the lake on the flat

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gotfish

I've heard reports that the eyes are biting on BSL the last week or two. Try out in front of certain state park areas. Not sure on the depth.

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ortonville

yep thats right the walleyes where about a 1/4 mile south of hartford tonight about 45 people out there giving it there best shot.the walleyes didnt bite the best for me.but they did for some. the silvers are sure fun to catch through the ice

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Pyrex

Welcome to FM vexi!!!

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