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gunflint

Sag and Northern Light

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I've heard from a couple of different sources that both Sag and Northern Light are producing good numbers of walleyes. Let's hope this trend continues. smile.gif

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Gunflint I have the next 6 days off. Lets go hit Sag. LOL. It would be a idea if it wasnt supposed to Rain and Thnderstorm the next 7 dang days! crazy.gif

Maybe on the 11th we should hit Sag for a day?

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I thought about that but there's no permits available for that week.

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the last couple years on sag have been frustrating..... the fish have been there (graphed 'em in all the usual spots), but they've almost seemed inactive..... still got 'em here and there, but not like years past.....

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Hey Gunflint....any word on Conner's Island? Is it all crispy or just parts of it? Thanks. I'll be up there beginning the 18th for a few days.

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I know that some of the islands along the corridor burned but I don't know which ones. Believe it or not I haven't driven up to the burn yet. I'm just not in a hurry to do it. The USFS at Grand Marais should be able to tell you.

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