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  1. 2020 Alexandria-Miltona MN Fishing Reports - Click Here. Show us your pics! Go ahead and post Alexandria Minnesota ( MN ) Area fishing reports only in this thread. Lot's of good info below already. Newer Reports are on pages that follow. Thanks.
  2. Variable conditions seems to be the trend this season. This past weekend we had yet another snow storm which dumped approximately 10-12 inches in the Remer, Longville, Outing, and Walker area. Travel has been best still with sleds or track machines. Colder temps the past few weeks have firmed things up on some bodies of water which were once heavy laden with slush, however there are still several lakes that unfortunately we would not advise to travel on until things improve, and with the "January thaw" approaching that might be a while. If you are planning on traveling to the area, call the area resorts or bait shops to get current conditions prior. This past weekend was the Winter Inland Trout Opener. Stories of success were across the board. As some people had great success, others struggled. We ourselves definitely had noticed more lookers than takers on the Vexilar, but managed to get a few topside. Fighting the cold front that hit mid Saturday morning, being on the right body of water, and having the right presentation all factored in. Lake Trout: Lakers are hitting tipped tubes and spoons in 35'-70' of water. Look to the inside turns, points, and shelves. And the best advice I can give any fisherman targeting trout is STAY MOBILE. Keep moving until you get one on the graph, never spending more than 5-10 minutes in an inactive hole. And not only should you stay on the move, but keep that lure moving consistently, working the entire water column. Stream Trout: Try searching around 4'-9' of water on the stocked trout lakes. Small spoons like the Clam Speed Spoon tipped with a Maki Plastic or waxie have produced the best. Panfish: Hit the shallow weedlines for those big Gills, and drill out over the deep basins in 22'-35' feet of water to catch the Crappies. Tungsten jigs tipped with waxies have worked well. Again, the key to success is staying mobile. Walleye: Still can be found on the shoreline points anywhere from 11'-26' feet of water and on the sunken humps. Jigging using spoons tipped with a minnow head have been best when they have been aggressive. If your noticing them coming in yet seemingly shy of the jig, slow down your movement, and try a simpler presentation. Toss down a set-line with a plain hook tipped with a medium Shiner or small Sucker Minnow. Alice Wiese Wheezy Outdoors 218-275-7525 [email protected]
  3. 2020 Current Fishing Reports - Click Here. Show us your pics. thought I should start this topic up for the up coming ice season. with the recent warm weather, it may be a another week or more for safe ice travel. please be safe out there.
  4. Has anyone been on clear this year? I heard rumors they are driving 4 wheelers out already. Plan on fishing next weekend.
  5. Hi, does anyone know if it's possible to get back to Ruby Lake, which is north on 38 past Spider Lake, what the access and ice conditions are like? Any experience fishing it? Thanks!
  6. Anyone brave the snow and get out for the trout opener? Based on reports and pictures I seen, if you didn’t have a snowmobile, you weren’t getting anywhere away from the gunflint trail. Every time I see it snow in Grand Marais, I cringe. I’m planning on going up there in late March. It’s shaping up to be nothing but slush, slush, and more slush!
  7. Has anyone been out to big swan recently? Curious how the ice is and if there are spots to avoid as I’ve not fished this lake before. Looking to target cats as my other lakes have been lacking this year. Don’t need other people’s spots just ice conditions. Would like to bring out my 3/4 ton and 17’ IC if possible.
  8. With the parking situation on Horseshoe I was wondering if Long or North Brown are safe from their access's? Seems to be a pretty healthy cat population in Long is it worth a shot in the winter? Thanks!
  9. 2020 Bemidji Fishing Reports - Click Here. Show us your pics! Fishing Reports for the Bemidji are a below? Lake Conditions and Access as well? Enjoy posting how the fishing is going for you and include Pics if you'd like. Lots of great info below and newer fishing reports are on the pages that follow.
  10. 2020 Lake Mary, Alexandria MN Fishing Reports - Click Here. Show us your pics! I’ve been invited to join some guys from work to fish a few days on Lake Mary this weekend. I think it’s mostly a social thing, but it always helps to catch a few fish too. Anyway, I have some decent fishing background, but I don’t know anything about the lake or how to fish it. If anyone would be willing to help me out with some general advice I would really appreciate it. Feel free to email me directly if you prefer. Thanks very much, Tony ([email protected])
  11. Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. does any1 know where the walleyes are???
  12. Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. Hi,I am heading out Saturday morning to rush lake for eyes,but I have never fished the lake before.Any tips?Thanks
  13. Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. How is the ice doing?
  14. Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. Anyone willing to give info on the crappie and eye bite, whats working and were. Thanks.
  15. If you're looking for Current Rush Lake by Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. Well, I'm all but defeated. I'm on vacation on rush lake and have been out everyday trying to catch the elusive eyes with absolutely no luck and am at my wits end. I don't know very much about walleye fishing as I'm from Iowa and just got into it a few years back. I've tried trolling shallow shad raps size 5 and 7 on the north side of the lake in front of the church but the weeds are so thick I can't keep them off the hooks no matter what amount of line I have out. I tried trolling them on the south side of the lake and had no luck. Also had some trigger x 3" grubs on 1/8 oz jigs that I tried to troll. That's all I know how to do guys. Oh, and I was trolling at about 2.5 mph in all different times of day. Tried going out at night once but don't know enough as to what to do to make any trip productive. I would really appreciate any help. I've been coming to Minnesota for over 5 years now and have still to catch a walleye. What am I doing wrong or not doing at all? I'm here until Saturday and need some pointers. Hopefully you guys aren't as tight lipped as the walleyes have been. I don't want giants just a few decent eaters.
  16. For Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. Reply to Topic - Yellow Button. Spent the evening out on Forest, Lake's 1 and 3, and it was tough!!!!! Didn't even manage a bite. Tried the weed edges and transition lines with nothing. Looks like the weed line is around 11-13 feet from everything I could find. My normal spots didn't produce anything. Board is slow, anyone else out fishing on forest?
  17. Current Forest Lake-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Pine City-Rush City Fishing Reports - Click Here. Let's see your pics and fishing reports here. Post em up. Where does everyone fish walleyes around here? Just moved here from Alexandria so never been out on any of these lakes. I was thinking either Green or Fannie to start with?
  18. 2020 Cass Lake Fishing Reports - Click Here. Great info below and newer reports are on the pages that follow. Anyone been out hitting the wally's hard on Cass Lake? if so has there been a time frame where theres more action during the day? and has anyone found a certain depth that there hanging around in? and hows the night bite ? How about other fish?
  19. 2020 Winnie Fishing Reports - Click Here. Enjoy the Lake Winnibigoshish fishing reports. Current reports can be found by clicking the highest numbers on the upper right for this thread. Looking forward to seeing your fishing reports and pics here too.
  20. 2020 Leech Lake Fishing Reports - Click Here. ♥ Book a Leech Lake Guide Service Trip - Click Here Go ahead and post your Leech Lake fishing reports and conditions in this thread. Hackensack, Longville, Walker MN area fishing reports also. Questions welcome too. Fishing Reports by the TOP Leech Lake Guides, Charter Captains & Resorts are in here. Lot's of good info and our best members posting below already. Newer Reports are on pages that follow. Be sure to give back and share your fishing reports here as well Thanks.
  21. For 2019-2020 St Louis River Fishing Reports - Click Here. Now that the weather is drying out a little and the bay and the river are starting to clear out a little I headed out yesterday morning to do some fishing. Crawler harnesses with yellow and fluorescent blades and fire tiger worked the best. All fish were caught anywhere from 4 feet to 7 feet of water. Hit every flat I could find from Spirit Lake all the way down to the bay. The fishing picked up when the wind picked up. Water temperature were in the low 60s. Nothing fast and furious just steady
  22. Mr Papermouth

    Pomme De Terre

    Been wanting to head up towards Fergus and wanted to try Pomme De Terre. Anyone been out on the lake and know conditions?
  23. Anyone been out on Pelican yet? If so how much Ice did you find and are there any pressure ridges coming off either side of Gooseberry yet? Thanks.
  24. Does anybody know if the Anoka dam is any good for suckers on the rum river? I’m wanting to try to target them this year and I know March is prime time. If anyone has any spots that they would like to share, I would greatly appreciate it. I hear sucker burgers are pretty tasty!!
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