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ASMOLEY

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ASMOLEY

Just wanted to know if they were bitting out ther did good out there last year about this time of year with the Crappies and Walleyes off the sunken island.

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I've been fishing the south end of the lake for the last four days nothing so far. Nothing much on the Vexlar either. Headed out tomarow to try the sunken island. I'll let you know how i do. There sure is alot of houses in the area. So mabey that is were the fish are.

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merc

They are starting to pick up a few crappies by the sunken island. No limits yet but they seem to finally be getting a few. Was a very slow start.

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bturck

Merc: Are they driving out of the Access on the west side to the north end? I know we had this conversation about iffy ice in that area. Bill

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Bill, just came back from the access. There is a "road" out to the north end off the access. They are staying to the left which is pretty safe. As long as you stay away from the point on the east you s/b ready to roll!!! Good luck!!

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Thanks Merc: I'm headed out that way somewhere on Saturday. Maybe north of Upsala or Swanville area, not sure yet. How much ice on Two Rivers? Bill

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Never did actually measure it but I would say 15" plus or minus two feet. grin.gif I would stick with the 15". Going up to Marcell, my second home, for four says of fishing. Ya gotta love it!!!!!

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So driving from the snowmobile club access. There are usually two larger groups of houses on this end. One group close to this access, and another closer to shore alittle further away more on the right hand side. I usually have fished both of them and have had success. Which group has everyone been triing.. And what are they all biting on..? Depths...? well everyone thanks and I will keep everyone posted. Planning to go out this weekend, here or lil' watab. remember to keep on jigglin'

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ASMOLEY

Fished on the north end of the lake right out from the snowflyers acess in 23 FOW. It was a one crappie day out there didn't mark fish either lots of houses out by the sunken island i think thats were i'm going to try tomarrow evening. Good luck fishin everyone!

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jiggle this

So How was the sunken Island? How deep?

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ASMOLEY

I was out on the sunken islad yesterday a caught one nice 15" crappie in 21 FOW. Didn't mark any fish it came right off the bottom. There were alot of other people out there to compete with though. I was thinking about moving down to the south end over some deeper water they sometimes suspend there this time of year. Has anyone tried the deeper part of the main lake? Good luck everyone!

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