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Any fish being caught??

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minnesotashooter

I am looking for some fishing reports, are there any fish being caught???

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123fish

One of idratherbefishing's fall picks is putting out fish (walleyes) but you have to be trolling with the right lure is what I have been told.

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idratherbefishing

I haven't been out in a couple weeks, but after labor day is usually when the fun starts! I will be casting shad raps, jigs, and beetle spins into shorelines in the evenings or early mornings.

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wishing for walleyes

Here`s a 3.5 walleye caught tonight on hall lake on a shad rap Dans060.jpg

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firebug

Say the walleyes are starting to bite below the dam at LaqQuil Parle. Pretty good numbers. Just talked to a gentleman who fished Big Stone this past weekend and had a hard time catching a cold up there. Goose Lake is giving up a few walleyes on plugs. Del Clarke is giving up nice Blue gills. The perch fishing should start on Wood Lake (Margarett) any time now.

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Moses2531

Any big 'eyes taken from below the dam yet on LQP? Fish there any time I can, but I've just gotten small cats there on my last few trips...

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Eric Wettschreck

Local rumor is that Round Lake is starting to give up some eyes.

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Wadinator

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Local rumor is that Round Lake is starting to give up some eyes.


I don't know how many fishing boats were out there over the weekend, but I can tell you that there were about a dozen out there on Thursday and Friday mornings. That many boats make it easy to see what part of the lake they're biting on, but the traffic is a little too congested for my liking. grin.gif

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123fish

Round Lake was the lake I was refering to a few posts back. Heard there were 42 boats there either on Saturday or Sunday. A lot of small fish 11-12" the keepers were between 14-16". From the guys I talked to the fish were very picky on what they were biting on and how far behind the boat it was being trolled. A lot of preople with no or a few fish.

They are also catching real nice perch out of Big Spirit in Iowa with real good action over the weekend.

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