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Froggy4371

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Froggy4371

Hey just wondering how the bite up there was going. Are the fish on the reef's yet? Also how is the water level. I will be heading up there at the end of the month and just looking for some of the usuall info! <P>Thanks Guys. FM is a great web sight I love all the info and chatter.<P>Froggy<P>------------------<BR>Jigging For Pigs!!

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shooterIII

Froggy<P>I was up there the week of 6/19. My buddy and I fished the Minn side on Sunday and got nothing, then on Mon and Tues we fished the Onterio side with a guide. On Mon we (my buddy, myself and the guide) got 50+ eyes, a dozen Northerns, 8 Smallies, 1 Musky, and a half dozen Crappies. Tues we dodged thunder showers but still caught 30+ eyes, half dozen Northerns and 3 Crappies. The guide said the water was about 2 ft above normal. Almost all were caught in 8 to 12 feet next to the week line. We kept our limit of 15 to 18 inchers, caught a number of 19 to 21 inch eyes and kept one 27 1/2 inch Northern. In Onterio you cannot keep a Northern over 27 1/2 inch.<P>------------------<BR>Roop<p>[This message has been edited by shooterIII (edited 07-08-2004).]

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Big G

Frog, I was up there the same time as you. We stayed at the Angle Outpost. Nice place. Where did you stay???<P>We did really well on the eyes. However, their pattern will be a bit different now.<P>I wouldn't be afraid of hitting little Oak. The rock reefs are starting to turn hot right now!!!! <P>Pull spinners with minnows, leaches, or crawlers..........Use all three and see which one performs best.<P>------------------<BR>Let em go, so they can grow!

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Big G

double post.......<p>[This message has been edited by Big G (edited 07-08-2004).]

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shooterIII

Big G<BR>I'm not sure if you were addressing Froggy or me. If you were addressing me we were at Sage's Angle West. We were using 1/4 oz jig heads and minnowes and the Crappies were caught with tube jigs.<P>------------------<BR>Stan<BR>_ ____________________ _ <BR>"To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.....(George Mason)

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davemeyer

I was up there over the 5th-8th. We stayed at Prothero's resort and fished the Minnesota side only. We caught four northerns over 30" biggest was 37" and several around 24. No muskies. Walleye fishing was slow we caught about 35 the entire trip with the biggest only 22". No one else at the lodge seemed to be doing to great.<P>[This message has been edited by davemeyer (edited 07-09-2004).]<p>[This message has been edited by davemeyer (edited 07-09-2004).]

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Froggy4371

Big G,<P>I will be up there on 7/29 - 8/2. Will be staying at Jakes. Maybe if you are up there at that time we can get together for a cold beverage. Keep jigging!<P>------------------<BR>Jigging For Pigs!!

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