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ISU Fisherman

Hey boys,
It's that time again this year. The cabin is booked,the lake maps are printed out, the tackel box is clean up (with every lure in it's spot) and the poles have new line.
I will be up to little Pine in a week. I just run the basics. Pull spinners with minnows or crawlers. Ususally north shore or out infront of Paul Miller beach.

Can you guys let me know what seems to be working best. Has it been slow or is the bite ok. How is the water level. I heard you had a lot of rain reciently.
I will quit rambleing now. Just excited.

Any info will be helpful and add to the excitement.

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ISU Fisherman

A Little help please. Surely someone has been on the lake lately or at least heard a few report.

I will be up on Monday.

Thanks a Million

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WalleyeGod

Will be on LP this weekend now. Give me a call Monday morn 7:35 for a report. 218-556-3199


WG

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ISU Fisherman

"The Report"

Northerns are biting just about anywhere in 8-12 feet of water. mostly used minnows and spinners (silver). Tons of small perch and rockbass. Caught 2 nice walleyes, but with the slot, they went back. 19 in, 23.5 in.

Very windy all week and got a lot of hail too. Still had a blast.

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Hossienda

ISU,
What areas of the lake were you fishing? I have a small cabin on the N/NE side of the lake that I have always done well from. This Friday, I have some work to do at the cabin and then a little time to fish in the late afternoon/evening.
Anyone else have any thoughts on the fishing right now? Thanks!

Hossienda

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ISU Fisherman

I was catching most of the walleyes (small). I would start at the outlet on the east side and work my way south until I hit the southern corner and turn around. I used minnows for the walleys. My brother tried a few leaches and crawlers, but the only thing he caught was a bullhead.
An older guy at the resort told us to try out infront of the outlet. We caught some nice northerns and rockbass, but no walleyes there. I only tried the north shore flat once. I was only on the flat for about 15 Minutes, before a nasty Hail store blew in.

Hope this helps a little.

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