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dave12341234

Good time to come up?

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When would be the best time to come up there when then walleyes are at there peak biting times of the year. i was hoping to come up from whenever the ice out is, or maybe early spring or late spring or mid summer or late august, when would you reccomend. i would hate to come up and be disapointed. i here such good things about this lake.

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shamrock7

The only bad time to go to LOW is when the fishing season is closed.

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dave12341234

yes, good answer, but i mean are there any decent resorts and what time of the year would be best, spring, summer, or fall?

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2 pounder

My personal favorite time on the lake is mid-June through mid-September. Early times are for dragging spinner rigs,and then progress to plugs,then onto down rigging. Hope this helps 2

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mnhunter 3815

i think the best to time is early ice like december then late ice in march.doesnt get any better than that.

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Bandit

My favorite time is June, followed closely by Mid August. But hey....anytime is a great time to be on LOW.

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bigbucks

I've fished in these months. January, February, March, May, June, & July. Now granted that's only about 10 trips in 6 years, but my best luck has been in March & June. I don't have downrigger setups & I'm not a very experienced plug troller, so we didn't do very well in July.

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NAMASafetyDirector

My vote goes to Mid to late March ice fishing on the reefs up north. I haven't experienced any better fishing than sitting out there on a 40 degree day slamming walleye's!! Just my opinion, I love the hardwater!

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    • monstermoose78
      Green has some nice gills. Glad to hear they are biting
    • Fully Kraeusened
      I’m wishing you luck my friend. It’s hard to get away and it can be very deflating when the weather doesn’t cooperate. 
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    • SkunkedAgain
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