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borchawk1

Anyone hit Cass yet?

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borchawk1    0
borchawk1

Wondering if anyone has gone out yet. We plan on making a day trip for some walleye action next Wednesday or Thursday and were wondering if it's worth the time.

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ivegottabite

talked to someone from sunset cove saturday and the ice is still spotty up there. they hadn't heard of too many people getting out yet. they also said that pike's bay was still open in the middle yet

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Was out A week ago from last Saturday on Cass. Wished on ice that was around 6 inches. Some small open pockets in Allens Bay but that was 2 weeks ago....It is darn cold up here right now and the past week it has made BIG TIME ice. Pike is frozen and has perms on it now. I teach in Cass Lake and have had students running all over Pike on 4-wheelers and sleds.

Perch are going well out there right now from what I heard...

Beef

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beef-

keep me posted on the fishing, i'll be up in about 3 weeks and looking for a hot bite grin.gif

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borchawk1

Thanks for the info. Beef, We were hoping to get out to Star Island, we'll see though. Maybe safer to stay in the bays.

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Hey,

I will be out of town until Sunday night, but they have started to drive full size trucks on some of the area lakes around here. I think by the time I am back from the cities, I to will be driving with my full size truck on the lake..... I am hoping to spend Monday-Saturday on Cass and some of the other local "watering holes"... I will post what I find on ice conditions and how the fishing is...

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ive been living on cass this year at break on the lake resort. been out ice fishing probably a dozen times already. eyes were hittin in 15 feet of water in allens bay before the deep freeze came, then they kind of shut off. we've had lots of little perch and a bunch of pike(most of them small). i lost about a 10lb pike out there too. last time i was out there was about 6-8 inches

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borchawk1

Thanks for the info. Right now it's teetering between some lakes in Brainerd and Cass. We're driving up from St. Cloud, so any good news from Cass will keep us driving. I'm shooting for Cass, we've had such good luck there in the fall that I would love to hit early ice there too!

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Any news from this weekend? Anyone make it out?

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4 of us went out on Sunday. 1:30-5:00, 18-20 walleyes, 7 keepers (14-18") and 1 perch. Will be up Wed-Sat. to do some more fishing. 20' seemed to be the best depth. Going to try some "new" spots tomorrow.

Good Luck!

Ken

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