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D4 Army

coming up in two weeks. any reports out of that lake?

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Bassboy1645

VERY SLOOWWW. and a weird jellyfish hatch. never seen nothing like it. wierd.

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chunkytrout

Those jellyfish are a very rare occurance and you were lucky to see them. I assumed that they were invasive but it turns out they're not. Interesting little critter. Google freshwater jellyfish for more info.

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Surface Tension

Interesting Read

Lake in Minnesota know to have freshwater jellyfish(Craspedacusta sowerbii).

* Arrowhead Lake, near St. Louis, Cook County, Hwy 53 (2003)

* Big Lake, Ely, St. Louis County, Echo Trail (2007)

* Big Stugeon Lake, near Hibbing/Side Lake, St. Louis County, near Hwy 5 or McCarthy Beach Rd (2006)

* Bowman Lake, near Twigg, St Louis County, near Hwy 53 (2003)

* Echo Lake, near Ely, St. Louis County, off Echo Trail(2006)

* Embarass Lake, near Biwabik Beach, Biwabik, St. Louis County, Hwy 135 (2005, 2007)

* Foster Arend Park Lake, near Rochester, Olmsted County

* Fourtown Lake, Boundary Waters, near Ely, no further info. avail. (2005)

* Hobson Lake, near Hibbing, St. Louis County, near Hwy 5 (2003)

* Hunter Lake, near Twigg, St Louis County, near Hwy 53 (2003)

* Lac La Croix, near Indian, St. Louis County (2005, 2006)

* Lake Dodo, near Cotton, St. Louis County, off Hwy 53 (2006)

* Lake Jane, near Lake Elmo, Washington County, near Hwy 5 & 494 (2003, 2005)

* Leech Lake, near Bena, Cass County, near US 2 (2003)

* Long Lake, near Cotton, St. Louis County, off Hwy 52 (2006)

* Loon Lake, near Ely, St. Louis County (2005, 2006 and previously)

* Lake Vermilion, Cook, Cook County (2007)

* Lake Vermilion, near Tower, St. Louis County, off Hwy 169 (2006)

* Round Lake, near Tamarack, Aitkin County, off Hwy 210 (2006)

* Ruby Lake, near Ely, St. Louis County, off MN Hwy 1 or Echo Trail(2006)

* Sand Lake, near Moose Lake, Pine/Carlton County

* Trout Lake, near Tower Mountain, St. Louis County, off Hwy 169 (2006)

* Vermillion off of Crane Lake, near Crane Lake, St. Louis County, Road from Orr to Crane Lake (2006)

* Wynne Lake, near White/Biwabik, St. Louis County, Giants Ridge Rd (2005)

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    • CigarGuy
      Just talked to my neighbor up at the lake and he said one of SunkedAgain's neighbors in Black Bay couldn't get to his place going across the Partridge River-he said he almost broke thru the ice!!  I'm down a ways toward Wakemup from the narrow part going into the bay, but we had over 30" last wknd.  Looking good for some open water to fish down my way by the opener!
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