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Going to the pond on Sunday. Just wondering if the skis are active or not. Not looking for locations just if they are sluggish, hot, or somewhere inbetween. Thanks in advance.

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SJonesi

JJJ,

The activity level of the fish can change daily. There were lots of fish caught last weekend , including some monsters. Ya can't catch 'em from the couch, so keep chucking!Looks like Saturday could be golden with another front coming Sunday, but of course the weather can change too. Good luck and be safe. Steve

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JJJ

Like Steve said, fish attitude is changing from day to day. There's been a pretty good weed bite going right now. Lots of perch moving into the weedy bays (you'll see lots of people fishing them), and the muskies are nearby chasing perch. If you're lucky enough to hit a big concentration of them, you can have a multiple fish day in short order. The muskies are also showing up en-mass at most rock piles. Timing is everything. Try some bigger baits. Bull Dawgs are getting lots of attention right now, but you also gotta remember, everyone is throwing them too. Something big but different just might be the ticket. Good luck.

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DUCKJ

Hey Jonesi, How the heck yo doing? Thinking about heading over there on Friday. Give me a call if you want to share some info. Lost my other phone in the drink so I dont have your # anymore. Thanks

Duck

218-802-3714

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Tippman

Was out on the North end tonight and didn't have any luck. Fished mostly rocks.

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SJonesi

Ducky Do!!! 612-799-2034.Anytime. Steve

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