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Waaseye

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Waaseye

Heading up to LOW this next weekend and looking for a few ideas of where to go. I am bring my son up for the first time and I want to make sure we get a few good fish. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, how much snow is on the ice and have the Resorts moved thier houses closer to Pine island yet?

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mrmanners

I went out of Morris Point which is just to the West of Pine Island. They have a very well established road out 7.5 miles north west. Only issue I see is they lack structure that the road is on. It is just a very slow dropping flat, but that said several outfitters (freds Beds & Morris Point) have day and sleep houses out. They are very deep still, sleepers in the 29' range and day houses at three depths 27', 31' & 33'. I tried both 33' and 29' with little luck, just a few small saugers coming in any where from a foot to five feet off the bottom with a walleye every once and awhile mixed in. The big fish for the two days was a 23 that came in quite High (18').

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Waaseye

I was thinking about going out on Adrienne's Road as long as the river allows me to. Any reports or ideas. Are people still fishing past the end of Adrienne's road? Heading out to the reefs? If so, do we need a ATV or Sled to get up there still or can we drive yet?

Most importantly, where is the bar on the ice located?

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mnhunter 3815

i would bring sleds for sure.bar is located at zipple bay.not sure how much longer its going tobe on the lake tho.

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ifish4fun

We were out on Adrians road this weekend. The road is starting to get a little iffy, however once you are past pine island it's smooth sailing. Fishing was pretty decent. We were about 9 miles out in 34 ft of water. Caught about 75 fish in two days. Got our limit and then some.

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ifish4fun

We were out on Adrians road this weekend. The road is starting to get a little iffy, however once you are past pine island it's smooth sailing. Fishing was pretty decent. We were about 9 miles out in 34 ft of water. Caught about 75 fish in two days. Got our limit and then some.

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