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Bobberboy

Fishing out of Schuster's

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Bobberboy

Heading up in a couple of weeks and was wondering if anyone has been fishing out of Schuster's? If so, have they had you on fish? Any size etc? Any info would be great.

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Smeds

Was there late Dec. & again early Jan., been going there the last few years. We like their operation, and they always seem to put you over fish. I'll be going up again Thurs. - Sunday, I'll post a report when we return.

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Bobberboy

I'm bringing this back to the top. Did anyone fish out of Schusters this past weekend? If so, how did you do? I'll be heading up on Sunday the 21st. I would be very thankfull for any help or advice I could get.

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Finfinder

We were in one of their sleepers this past weekend, the bite was as bad as it could get up there. I thought the worst day on that lake is still kind of good, but it was terrible. Six of us caught 1 eelpout,2 tulipee, and maybe 16 walleye/sauger total. The biggest being 14 inches, the rest were between 8-12 inches And that was two full days of fishing. And we're not rookies either. Still had fun playing cards and drinking, nothing else to do out there.

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fiskyknut

Don't feel bad finfinder, sounds like fishing was tough for most everyone, and most everywhere too from what I heard and saw after that cold snap rolled in. Saturday evenings short trip was a very near skunking for me, I caught a grand total of 1 15 inch Walleye.....what luck I did'nt get blanked!<P>Fisky<P>

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Northlander

I agree Sat was some of the slowest fishing I ever had up there. But I knew going in that today or tomorrow would be the days. <BR>Unfortanutely the roads were not drivable on Sat AM and conditions werent getting better so I canceled my hotel and left for Superior. Good thing for me I made it home safe but 3 other groups werent so lucky. Some real bad wrecks by Red!<BR>Back on the 26th - 28th so Im praying for a clear high pressure week.

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PYROPAL

hi bobber....see my post labeled I.C.E. contest" it says how we did on the 13th...PYRO

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Smeds

Fishing out of their houses in 30' was sloowww this past weekend. Some of Schuster's shacks were up in 25' or so, and did better. We probably put 12-15 fish in the bucket per shack, releasing most less than 13". Not bad, but slower than my last two trips this year. Not many fish at all on the deadsticks, most came on jigging, with glow devils and glow buckshot spoons being the best. Caught 25 or so tulibee as well. That's my last trip - time to go to the Rainy River! Good luck, and post your reports when you get back. Check out the rest of the reports from this weekend for more info.

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The Little King

that about sums it up...we make the trip up on the worst weekedn of the season<P>------------------<BR>The fishing was so good today, I thought it was yesterday!

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