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eyelife_MN

Kab- Slab?

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eyelife_MN

Thinkin on bring my 11yr old son on a last ditch ice run. We love that area, but first time ice up there. Was thinking Rainy but looking at, I don't think the MN side is the best bet. Kab, all MN and has deeper basins to play. I don't know.... I wouldn't think they are moving in a yet? Never know, day's are getting longer. Anyone know of a bite going on in that area? thanks

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eyelife_MN

Nice... It must be good.

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walleyemaster08

Sorry havnt been able to go fishing for a while but this weekend i will be.

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eyelife_MN

Nice, good luck!!! Save some for us... We are heading up that way on the 18th to chase the crappies around. Should be beautiful out, good time of the year to be on the ice.

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tearin' lips

It should be decent fishing. Focus on the deep water near the Ash River narrows, but stay away from the actual narrows itself. There are a couple spots in that general area that can be real good. Don't overlook some of the smaller lakes around Orr either. We did pretty well on them last weekend. Again look for the deeper waters...

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eyelife_MN

Umm, ya I was also thinking of other lake around there. Such as, Fall or Birch.

Lookin around Orr, I see maybe Myrtle (only20' at the point), deep for that lake. Kjostad looks deeper and smaller, Elbow looks good. They all look good at this point, looking forward to this much needed trip. Either way my boy are willing to work for um. 4 days of hunting should do it smile

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tearin' lips

Most of the small lakes have good numbers of crappie and sunfish. Blackduck, Myrtle, Elephant, Ash, and Kjostad. I have caught crappies and sunfish in all these lakes during the winter. Echo has great numbers of crappies too, but I have not fished that lake in the winter. Can't go wrong either way.

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