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xdasher19

where to get a stop sign?

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I'm headed to lake of the woods for a few days tommorrow and was wondering if there is anywhere to get a stop sign around duluth or cloquet or where on the way to low is a good place to stop

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bmc

I was at LOW yesterday and Log Cabin Bait, just south of Wheelers Point/Adrians road access had a healthy supply. Not to rain on your parade but fishing was slowwwww. On the bright side, it's been that way for a few days, so maybe you'll hit it on the up swing!

Brian

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Northlander

Stop Sign?

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ripstick

I would say go to any intersection. OOOOOOOOPS didn't say that.

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shamrock7

Steve, you need to spend more time on the LOW forum.

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Northlander

I probably have 20 of them. wink

I looked on th LOW forum and found nothing. So what is it?

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2thepointsetters

I probably have 20 of them. wink

I looked on th LOW forum and found nothing. So what is it?

I found it on the LOW forum... It seems to be the hot lure this year. I couldnt find any pics though.

As soon as somebody posts a lure they did well with, everybody uses it. Then that becomes the hot lure. (like the 57 chev on the big lake)

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opsirc

they look like a kasmaster (sp)spoon try one on LOW this weekend fish would come up look at it and leave, guess they din't know they were suppose to STOP and bite grin

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shamrock7

funny thing, they did the same thing for me, except that most of the time they even forgot to come up to it. Go to JR lures site and you will find a picture.

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BuckKiller

I would say go to any intersection. OOOOOOOOPS didn't say that.

lol thats what id say... very easy to find they are red octagon shaped(8 sides) and they have the word stop in white letters...

seriously tho I've never heard of a stop sign jig

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Northlander

Nope dont own them but do have a ton of JR's flasher spoons. I love these things for walleye and even the smallest ones at times for crappies. The gold with red eyes is deadly on LOW as is the glow red at times.

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BD110

Hey bmc,

At least I have a better understanding of what a stop sign is. On a side note I was wondering if you have any time to get out on Winnie with me in the next week or so?

I'll call you later to see what's up!!

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Northlander

If you guys set something up let me know and Ill see if I can get a few days off.

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outdoor ran

Off topic, Steve do you know if that lady still rents her cabin out up on Red lake that we stayed in a couple of years ago?

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Northlander

Ya she does. I also know of another place that we could get a sleeper out of but I need PLENTY of advance notice.

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bmc

Tom,

The earliest I could get out there would be next Tues, Wed, or Thurs. With all this snow it is darn near impossible to get off the plowed roads, but we should be able to get close enough to a honey hole or two to catch some fish. I'll give you a ring this afternoon!

Steve, you're more than welcome. The 'eye bite was phenomenal before we got all this snow and accessibility went out the window!

Brian

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