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iceguy75

Where to head out??????

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I've never fished Gull, have been reading some decent reports and wondering the best place to access the lake. I drove out on Hole in the Day bay, not many houses out there and looked like a big heave. I'm not asking to be put on fish (but that would be nice, lol) but wheres a good place for a newbie to start? thanks for any and all info

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Depends on the species you are chasing. There are a few accesses on Gull, a couple on the south end and a few on the north end. Stop in before you head out there and we can point out a few spots that have been productive as well as give you directions to the best access for those spots. The ice is in real good shape but you should still watch out for ice heaves, they are never completely safe. For walleyes I would probably fish the NW end of the lake. Check the weed edges. The walleyes have been hanging on to those green weedlines all season.

Jason Erlandson

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