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Murdock

How has the "chain" been producing?

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Murdock    0
Murdock

I have fished the chain several times this year with average to low average success.(To windy.Got blown off the lake several times).Mainly fished Carlos and Darling, on the weedlines and the humps or holes, using lindys, jigs, raps, and bigger spinners. I found quite a few smaller pike on the North end of Carlos, near the area where the river enters the lake. How have y'all been doing and what have you been using on each lake. One last item. I was having difficulty finding smaller sucker minnows for pike fishing. (2" to 2 1/2" long minnows). I finally located some, but the price was sky high. Any suggestions on where to go for decently priced bait?

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Murdock....we've got some light pike sucker minnows...$2.75/doz. The chain has been best for bass this season. walleyes and pike have been a little more sparse. Should pick up nicely this fall. There was a 13 pound pike caught on LeHommeDieu two weeks ago...don't have the exact locale though. usually a good spot is the cabbage edges around wharf bay (bug-a-boo bay). A couple nice ones have come off Victoria too, which is now accessible through the Geneva channel.
Hope the bit picks up for you this fall....

good luck and good fishing....

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Northeast Outfitters
915 Hwy 29 N NE
Alexandria, MN 56308
(320) 763-9598

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Havin' Fun

Was there last week and found fish deep....very deep in some cases. Don't tell any of the bassers' of the chain this but most big fish were coming out of 25-35 feet of water on jigs and minnows. Go figure. Crappies are biting as well. Look for weedy breaklines.

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Murdock

Ghotierman,
Is you shop just north of Big Ole? If not, where do I turn if I am heading toward Big Ole and how far do I drive to get to your shop? I should be arriving late Friday morning for a couple days of let's hope multiple catch and releases.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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Murdock...sorry for late reply...getting kids back to school.

To the shop from Big Ole...turn left and go to the next stop light...turn left again and head north on nokomis...the road split at a Y and curves to the east....a new McDonalds, and Little Dukes at the corner...We're one block up the frontage road from McDonalds.

Hope the weekend goes well...

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915 Hwy 29 N NE
Alexandria, MN 56308
(320) 763-9598

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