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I will be staying on Round Lake for four days. Just wondering if there are any reports for that lake or a lake near there. If they are biting or not, I will be fishing. Thanks.

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The bite was pretty good today on Gull. I was on Mille Lacs but one of the guides reported that the walleyes bit pretty good. They were located fairly shallow this morning, 10-12 feet. I think that the best idea would be to fish tight to the weedlines. Gull, Round, North Long, and Whitefish have all produced from day to day.

Jason Erlandson

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I thought I might fish pike on Gull this week. Are there any to be had in the shallows?

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Thanks Jason for the info. I always stop in your bait shop when I am up there. You must always be fishing, because you are never there when I stop in.

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With the bright sunny days they are down a bit deeper during the day..... 14 - 20 ft and on weed lines... They are up shallower early in the am and in the evening.... 6 - 10 ft of water. Gull sure has some nice pike... Fishing walleyes on Gull a few weeks ago I caught a 36 inch pike and late last summer a 42 inch fish. Both are still swimming to be caught again!!! You should do well!!!!

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After being on Pelican next Mon-Wed. It's down to Gull to finish off the week with a little fishing with the ol' man. 25th year straight at Gull Lake Resort. Hopefully he's got em' all scouted out by the time I get there.

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Going out on Gull Saturday morning(just moved to area, first time), are walleyes preferring a particular bait, I know if can change in a hurry but....shiners, leeches. I think we might start with cranks, just looking for thoughts or opinions.

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Redtails/creek chubs, if you go to S and W have them handpicked so they are a bit bigger (4 inches or so), Gull has a LOT of small walleyes. this may slow down the bite, but at least the ones you catch will be a bit bigger.

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Just to let everyone know we just received a nice batch of redtails and they are in the nice beefy medium size range. Perfect for big fish. The fishing has been pretty good this week on a variety of lakes in the area. I'll let you know how the weekend goes.

Jason Erlandson

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Just pull cranks along Ernies, Cinosam and all over Grassy point and north and you should catch a pile of walleyes. This Wed I caught 20 or 25 before 11 AM doing this.

Later, jjz

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Went out today and 2 of us caught 10 walleyes in 5 feet of water on raps and a couple chubs, not a lot of size but a lot of fun. We really just picked a place to key off of and went with it. Thanks for the posts to help out!!

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Didn't get as much fishing in during the four day weekend as I would have liked. But Friday morning my dad and I limited out on some real nice crappies. The little kids had a lot of fun with some decent sized sunnies as well. Never did hook into a walleye. Next time I guess.

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    • Wanderer
      You could do Isanti to St. Francis also.  About mid way is Anderson Park that has a small sandy access.  Anderson Park to St. Francis had fewer but some bigger fish while Isanti to Anderson Park had better numbers and not as many big fish.   All upstream from Isanti to the access on Hwy 95 can be hit or miss but if you hit it, it can be good.   Up to 16’s is fairly common bit there are enough 16-20’s to not be shocked if you get one or more.   I’d never admit to this while I lived there. 😉
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