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Going up next week. Any luck?

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Hey Ya'll! How's they biting? I was online a couple times past few days and noticed things have quite down a bit. Not enough people talking... Why? Fish kinda slow or what?<BR>I'll be going up to Leech next week, 25th till the 30th. Staying at a resort in Sucker Bay. Just wondering how's the weather up there? What's the update on the lake? Can any of you give me an report status of how's the fishing there? <BR>I'll be bringing 3 families along, one good fishing boat, and a pontoon boat for the kids. So any hotspots for panfish, northerns, walleyes? What kind of lures? How deep? What bait for panfish? Any suggestions for the kids? Age: 5-9 year olds. Oh boy, it's going to be interesting to see how they'd be on the pontoon. All of them are very eager to catch some fish. They're excited as I am. <BR>Any info, updates, tips would be greatly appreciated. Remember, I'm leaving next week.. gotta pin point on the lake map and familiar myself the lake as soon I hear from you guys!<P>Thanks!<BR>Jiggerman

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Terry Hagstrom

The bite is second to lowsey right now.<BR>I spent Sat. on the lake becasue I had a client Sunday. I caught e few eye's deep in the mid lake with bouncers and crawlers.<BR>I also picked up 2 on cranks and gave those to a friend of mine. The bouncer fish were small and threw back. The crank fish were in the 18-20" range. Troll the large sand flats on the east side or north of Ottertail.<BR>I have been running my clients over to winnie and we have been having 22 to 76 fish days. We have to through alot back becasue of the slot but still manage to catch out linit of 14 to 16 7/8" fish nearly every time.<P>Terry<BR>Terry's Guide Service<BR>

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walleyewizard

I agree with Terry. Just got back on Monday and caught 7 fish all weekend. Real slow during the day, but we had very little wind, until Monday morning. Best luck was on the weedlines during the day and trolling at night. The fish we caught were nice (18"-19"). Looking forward to a good fall bite. We also tried muskie for the first time and how a few follows, but no takers yet. Never thought I'd fish anything but walleyes, but may have to invest in some muskie equipment. Good luck!

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Well, I'll try it out there at Leech for a while but if nothing's happening, I'm thinking fishing at Winnie. But We're staying at Bay Shore Resort at Sucker Bay area in Leech Lake, what I want to know is that how far the drive is to Winnie from the resort? <P>Would it be a good idea to try it out at Winnie? I mean, I don't want to waste the whole trip fishing at Leech and comming up with nothing. So Just looking for some options in case Leech fails. Doesn't have to be Winnie, any other Lakes you suggest that might produce plentiful fish, panfish, northerns, etc. Any ideas? <P>Remember, I'll have 3 families with, mostly kids, so I want to give them a great memorial trip! We have a pontoon boat that we'll be using. <P>Any advice and info would be great! Thanks.<P>Jiggerman

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If you are staying around Sucker Bay, it should be a real short trip to Winni. Just drive to Bena and there is a nice public launch about a mile or two from town. Easy to find as there are signs directing you to the launch from the hwy. This launch is on the south shore of Winni.<BR>

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have you guys tried the deep trough between ottertail submarine to stoney fished this area many times mid july pig walleye mixed in with whitefish 40 feet out there big area gotta cover water some days on bottom some days 5 to 10 up bouncer crawler spinner bouncer crawler harness 3 leeches tie long big blades get that bait up.ifeel that is comfort zone for these fish anybody can trollcranks over submarine blindhog

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Terry Hagstrom

Jiggerman,<BR>watch for my reports in Sept. or launch at Judd's on Winnie. Ron Hunter will help put you guys on the bite also.<BR>Terry<BR>Terry's Guide Service

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