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Musky hunter 82

Well the no wake is off all the county lakes and have had the new boat out quite a bit.  Made it out today bass fishing fished for around 3.5 hous and caught 35-40. Biggest 3 were over 3 pounds with one at 4.5#'s.

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delta bravo

Again wow 

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Tom Sawyer
1 hour ago, delta bravo said:

Again wow 

Have you been out fishing? How have you done?

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Havinfun

Sunday a buddie and I hit a lake that we have not been on yet this yr. Tried for walleyes on the normal structure marked a bunch of fish no biters. Switched hooks up and got crappies lots of them! Mostly dink's tho round 8 to9"s. Started to troll the depths and in the middle of nowhere got a few eyes. Decided to pack up and hit another lake. Same thing as before lots of lookers no takers. Tried trolling again and bam. We found em ended up getting 12 to 15 eyes mostly small under 15"'s but we did mange to take a few home.

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Borch

Sounds like several lakes are experiencing winter kills in the Wilmar area this year.  The extent of the kill isn't clear yet but Big Kandi has had some walleye mortality, Lillian appears to have had a significant die off with dead jumbo perch in the shallows, Kasota and Wakanda have a bunch of dead eyes showing up in creeks.  I'd be surprised if it isn't more wide spread than these lakes. 

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3 hours ago, Borch said:

Sounds like several lakes are experiencing winter kills in the Wilmar area this year.  The extent of the kill isn't clear yet but Big Kandi has had some walleye mortality, Lillian appears to have had a significant die off with dead jumbo perch in the shallows, Kasota and Wakanda have a bunch of dead eyes showing up in creeks.  I'd be surprised if it isn't more wide spread than these lakes. 

does the DNR list these lakes?????? I also heard the DNR quit allowing permiscuos fishing??? anyone else hear this??? 

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fishingstar

I was by Lake Elizabeth  and the creek between Elizabeth and Ella is full of dead walleyes. I live on Star and is very worried that this lake will have a winter kill. We were just coming back from 2013 freeze out.

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Borch

I'd be surprised if Long and Hope didn't experience a die off too if Elizabeth had some.

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Borch

Looks like Long got hit hard.  Based on Hutchinson DNR oxygen report Long was down to .01 two weeks ago. Die off starts at 5 ppm.  

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3 hours ago, Borch said:

Looks like Long got hit hard.  Based on Hutchinson DNR oxygen report Long was down to .01 two weeks ago. Die off starts at 5 ppm.  

were are you seeing that report? 

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bobberineyes

That sucks,  now I know why people were checking out the creeks last Saturday along 8.. 

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Borch

@fishingstarLooks like star should be ok at 5 ppm or higher for the past few months.  

 

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Ice Update:  Currently we have anywhere from 10-12 inches of ice with virtually no snow cover.  As I look at the extended forecast, if I was a betting betting man we will be allowing lighter vehicles out of our access on January 10th.  

Please remember that no ice is ever safe and ALWAYS check in with us at the resort before heading out on our roads.

This years Ice package rates are: 

Wheel Houses - $150 includes two season passes, plowing & Garbage included. No off-season storage. To leave your house on our roads, a season road pass is required. If you would like to add shower house and pool pass then the total is $275

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