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Roosterslayer05

Pelican lake house rentals

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Roosterslayer05

Hey i rented a house 2 years ago with some friends on Pelican and had a great time. We caught a ton of walleyes and the house we rented was at a very good price. Does anyone know the website or number to some rental houses. I would like to go to the same guy but i cant remember who it was. He had quite a few houses on the lake and they were Red and white i think. We went out of breezy.

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Royce Aardahl

Looking for info also. Staying at breezy next week and I am taking the portable along with a sled to pull it with. Any eye spots close to the access just on the south edge of the resort? Thanks for any input! Going to LOW on monday the 27th. That will be a blast.

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walleyedan

I believe the guys name is Jeff that does some rentals up there. I have met him, but don't have his info. I'm sure someone has his info at Breezy Point.

Walleyedan

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fishrog12

Thats crazy jeff. He is pulling his houses around alot. Im sure hes out there now. Call Breezy resort or the Oasis station outside the breezy gates, one of those should have a number. There should be 12" ice at least by this weekend.

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Roosterslayer05

Well I rented a house from jeff tuesday night. It was really fun. The houses were cheap and the fishing was good. Between the three of us we caught 9 walleyes. We kept 6 between 15 and 19 inches. Tuesday evning i set my rod down to help my friend land a nice 19-20 inch walleye, when it got to the edge of the hole it took one last run and broke the line. About 5 seconds after the line broke I hear a spash. My dad dives for my rod but misses it! In 10 seconds we lost a nice walleye and my rod! It was a swedish pimple too so it was just siting there. Man was i mad the rest of the night. We also caught 5 northerns out of the house. We caught 6 walleyes jigging swdish pimples and 3 on a orange hook/fathead. I also lost another 18 inch walleye at the hole. Preatty good fishing.

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Sportland_Bait

Great Report Rooster, I'd say you have probably done better than most. It's great to hear that a few guys are getting in to some bigger ones. To bad about the rod I've almost lost a couple like that myself. Pelican is always good this time of year.

Jason Erlandson

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Royce Aardahl

Last saturday a.m. I went out on Pelican and got a 17 and a 19 incher. Hit the same spot that night and nothing. Tried it again wednesday a.m. and nothing. Fished the bay by Breezy for gills tuesady and wednesday and had a blast. Kept a few wednesday for a fish fry.

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