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bcswan

Anyone have any recent reports

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bcswan

Just was wondering if anyone had in lakes in mind that should be tried for Tulibee that they're bitting on. Was thinking about heading out and trying sallie or clitheral. Any info would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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heard that on clitheral there getting a few in i30-50 ft of water, need a flasher though to see where in the water column there at. another good lake which i have heard good action from would be star. my buddy got 40 there last weekend and wont share the coordinates

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ChuckN

I've had difficulty this year with the bees on Clitherall. Might be too early???

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rwestb

I have had good luck on clitherall. I have been out three times and caught 12,11,and 15. I fished in 50ft of water and the majority of the fish were 20 to 30 feet down. Been fishing off a point with a steep drop. Hope this helps.

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Guest

i was out on Tenter near dent fro bees' and got 15 but the biggest was maybe 13" good size for northern bait or something, lil' small to smoke.
Has anyone heard about pees' on Star or Long lake??
Will

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bcswan

Went fishing on pelican by dl and only saw one caught. Then today went out to rush and no one was there. Had a bigger one on but it mannaged to out fight me. Thanks for all your input.

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CPRBASS

I've never fished tulibees until this year, so I am not exactly sure what is considered to be good day on the ice. I have only tried Clitheral, but it has been pretty good to me as far as I know. Fishing in about 40-45 ft.

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