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Gull Lake Report

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Was on Gull Saturday, and fishing was nothing short of phenomenal... We had not been on Gull since June. The morning started out a little slow picking one 15in walleye up on the north end of grassy point. We then moved to a "mid lake hump" where we (3 guys) picked up about 15 more walleyes, all but 3 were over 15in. Then moved to another smaller hump, picked up 2-17inchers. Then decided to fish a shoreline that the wind was blowing into. Then that's when the action really heated up. We proceeded to catch walleye after walleye. We basically stopped counting, but I would estimate we caught another 20-25 walleyes. Nothing over 20in, but most were 15-17inchers. We fully support catch and release, but we did keep a limit this time. I will just say we didn't use redtail chubs, and alot of them (not all) came very shallow (8ft) and about a third were caught on Gulp and miscellaneous other plastics.

See ya up there in the fall and GOOD LUCK! Oh, lots of bonus bass to.


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Great Report! Glad you guys got into them. Those windblown shorelines have been great this summer. The bite on Redtails has been the most consistent, but you are right they will bite on other things. Nightcrawlers have worked pretty good the last couple of weeks too. Starting to feel a little more like fall hopefully the bite just keeps on going.

Jason Erlandson

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    • Harry Goodliffe
      I am from out of state and have been trying to research this issue, from a anglers point of view what do you think is causing the issue? we had a issue in Missouri where the state shocked up walleyes to strip them for eggs and the boats disrupted the spawn and once disturbed the walleyes aborted spawning. now this was our native river spawn fish that spawned earlier than the northern strains that they ended up mass stocking, those fish do not seem to get as large as our native strain our state record weight: 21 lbs. 1 oz.  any insights would be welcomed  
    • Tom Sawyer
      Some more dandies Royce. Yes, I do miss seeing that Red Pine stand in his photos leech, it definitely adds to the north woods feel of the shot....
    • ANYFISH2
      Just remember guys, only one lake in the state has a harvest quota!  It is the one in the "worst" shape. all our big lakes lakes including LOW track harvest but dont employ a quota.  The biologists in these areas seem to have a nice grasp of the conditions of these lakes.
    • eyeguy 54
      Eat some smaller fish and let the beasts grow.
    • anyfishwilldo
      The loose handle issue was the very reason I went out and got the mud mixer.  Now the drill can just stay in the shop.  I did find the handle worked much better on the right side of the drill than the left.
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    • leech~~
      You need to hold them up. The best pictures are with some nice scenery in the back ground!
    • Sculpin
      Someone made mention of hooking mortality earlier, and sad to say, that is going to be one of the most significant issues going forward in terms of determining harvest on many of the premier walleye lakes in the state. Lake of the Woods,? perhaps not,  given its sheer size, but once hooking mortality comes into play, and a DNR imposed "quota" has theoretically been met, the lake is shut down. Mille Lacs is the poster child for this methodology, and one of the primary reasons the lake has been shut down the last couple summers.  There has been no actual summer harvest, except by the Bands, and then "hooking mortality". Lakes like Winnie, Leech, Vermilion, and all the high pressure walleye lake could be prime candidates for hooking mortality, and given the amount of angler pressure both winter and summer, worst case scenario closures could occur very easily. There is no question liberal limits need to be changed on many lakes, and I think that that is something that needs to take place quickly, before there are other Mille Lacs scenarios being played out.  Mille Lacs is not in fact rebounding nicely, there is optimism, but if the vaunted 2013 year class does not have a successful spawn  this spring, the DNR will once again scratch their collective heads, and go back to their funny drawing boards. Its a make or break year...    
    • eyeguy 54
      Go get em Chris!  Hopefully you find a beast or 2  
    • IceHawk
      Good Job Nice Fish good luck out there tomorrow.  Would of joined you guys but tomorrow is a true Trophy hunt shooting for a 10 1/2 or better.  Got plenty of 9-10 inchers lately so let the hunt begin.   Might be setting the bar high as I normally do  but the lake I'm heading to has a restricted limit and has some real brutes. Ive done it before  here so I know its doable. Hope my day goes as well as yours did