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mnhunter 3815

zipple report 7-9

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mnhunter 3815

fishing was steady in the afternoon but a little slow in the mornins.we managed to get around 60 fish but only 3 nice eyes and 2 nice jumbo perch the suagers were biting pretty good..3 guys and 3 limits.out in 30ft.deadstick was the key this time.my buddy headed went out yesturday to do a little scouting in the shallower stuff to find the hogs.i hope he does cause thats my next move before we have to take the houses off.i met a couple guys out there from hso over the weekend couple of great guys.saturday night i pulled a truck out of the snow drift on the bay road.glad i could help since no1 else was willing to stop.they called the resort and perkie asked if i could help them out.gotta becareful on the bay road glare ice can be a pain.all in all it was a great weekend.im headed back up in the mornin till thursday.

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Wes Ellis

mnhunter,just wondering about where you are on zipple?I hav a friend that has a house on jackfish rd. We are going up sat should be on the lake by 2 in the after noon.Thanks wes

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Wes Ellis

mnhunter, Does zippo resort have emerllshiners? Thanks wes

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ENMIFDAD

They had them on Thursday. We went to 16 mile on Friday and picked up some more at Holiday in Warroad. We went back to Zipple on Saturday and they were out of shiners then.

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mnhunter 3815

im on the east side down on honey hole in 30ft.as for the shiners go they had plaenty on friday but saturday they did run out.this time of yr i call theresort and ask before i buy them at a bait shop in town.

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ifish4fun

Was up this weekend with 5 other family members. We stayed in some of Wheelers 4 person sleepers. Fishing was steady. We ended up with 50+ fish and 24 keepers. Guide said that all of his other houses were really struggling.

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