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Rainy River Fish Photos - Show Your Catch

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Northlander

You know its a good RR trip when nothing 28" or under gets the camera out. Looks like dad had a blast.

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TrophyBob

Truly Trophy Walleyes from the Trophy Waters of Rainey River. This River is just Awesome. Year after year producing Walleyes like this. And other monster fish. The Lake of the Woods is one Large Walleye producing factory. Its amazing the monster fish that comes out of this Lake and goes into both Rivers. I've seen this for 30 years.

Congratts on all your Beautiful Trophies...

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there is a couple 26's a 27 and a 28 i think. now onto my prize. thought i had a massive walleye on. it was about 28-30 inches and i think it is a whitefish but not sure. never caught one up there before. i assume thats a big size for whatever it might of been.

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fiskyknut

Darn nice Whitefish you got there man!

See them come thru the ice on the lake quite regular like that. Rather uncommon to get them in the river/open water. I've fished the Rainy since the 70's and have never pulled one that I remember. I get a few Mooneyes now and then though!

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Random guy

Here is a 67" x 30" the girfriend caught. It took everything I had to carefully lift it horizontally while it twisted just to get a shot of its sheer size as it went back into the water. I soiled my pants about two seconds after this picture was taken. laugh

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Here is the same fish I set in her lap for a quick pic.

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paceman

Awesome fish and pictures Jonny!

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minimite

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this fish looked like it escaped a good fight. look at the dorsal fin and behind its cheek

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minimite

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a few more pics from last weekend. glad we went when we did, it wasn't to much of a zoo and weather wasn't terrible. the snow seemed to get them biting. glad we are not up there now, this wind is nasty

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top pic is a sturgeon that was to big to get in sea biscuit. And i had to post the second pic cuz i have no idea what BP (the guy dressed in black) was doing but its a pretty comical pose to look at.

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hydro

Minimite, I like that boat! I spend a lot of time in one of those Alumacrafts growing up and probably caught more fish out of them than any other boat I have owned.

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Good Trip with the 3 biggest being 30" and two 28" walleyes.

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Tullibee

Sea Biscuit is a sweet rig! I like it!

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ANYFISH2

A few from today. 3/24/17.

 

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    • Spss
      I've been out there a few times. Where are the deadheads?
    • Alex wilhelmi
      Fished shields lake yesterday from 900 am to 6. 12 fow caught 25 real nice gills 10 perch ,all dinks. And 2 crappie about 9 inches. Pretty steady fishing all day. We were about 50 yds from all the sleepers. Lots of traffic. At least 2 ft of ice. Used a little ant , orange and bright green with some white dressing tied to it. Got em from Nagel's. He said they were good, and he was right. Tipped with wax worm. Crappie came in at 530 caught the biggest on a glow blue angel eye with a minnow head. Snowing really hard so we packed up. Tent is froze. But we're going back out here in a bit. Gonna try roberds lake. I'll post later on that. Good luck all!
    • Tom Sawyer
      You two are sure putting the smack down on some super sized Pike! Those walleye text you just sent were nice too. Your killing me man; I'm off todo more snowblowing. Though to take it when the wife's schoolin' ya', been there lots of times with Patty. Join my club, LOL!
    • Bigfatbert
      Slobslayer99 , Echo can be a fun lake to fish for Walleye and Crappie. As for being there on the opener , like most lakes , it's all going to come down to when the ice goes out , and the type of springtime weather that prevails up there this year as to how the opener bite might be . The lake is shallow and has quite stained water . Early ice out , and a warmer spring can have the lake good to go on the opener for you  for both species. As for where to fish , that also depends on the spring also , as the water starts to warm there , very shallow muck with deadheads around the lake , or the shallow rock pile with reeds on the far eastern  end are usually safe bets for Crappie . As for the walleye , they can be caught on the rocky shorelines throughout the lake . Early fishing there is best with minnows...  ahhh the opener , you gotta love it .
    • Slobslayer99
      Going up the echo for the first time this opener any tips or info would be appreciated
    • JBMasterAngler
      Tried South Lindstrom today. Was able to mark some fish, but they were tight to the bottom, and would not move! Got 1 tiny perch. Was only out for a little bit, then the snow really started coming down. Talked to someone else, and they had the exact same results.
    • monstermoose78
      I have two boss toms at my dads and I think a strutter might be the ticket
    • IceHawk
      I'm really leaning to buying a mojo scoot and shoot amd trying that this year talk about a adrenaline rush. 
    • IceHawk
      I've used a full body full strut before can be good or bad depending on a birds mood at the time. In certain situations they can be a killer, 
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