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cmcclaine

Ice Fishing Season around Breezy Point

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cmcclaine

I'm sure this will sound odd to you, I am not an ice fisher-person. I am researching for my husband. We are going to Breezy Point Mid-March and wondering how late in the year is it typically still safe/feasible to ice fish? We will be on Pelican Lake most likely and I know next to nothing about any of it. But we don't want to bring the fish house if they can't use it. Any help, anyone, please?

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LakeDocktor

I would post in the Brainerd forum. They will be able to give you up to date ice conditions and fishing reports.

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gregg52

by then all you fish for for is pan fish

and with any luck it might be nice enough to fish out on the ice

plenty of ice but travel is tuff out there but there are quite a few roads plowed but to walleyes spots which will be closed by then

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ozzie

there are roads to crappie spots and it is also a short walk from breezy point to get to nice crappie and sunfish spots....march is a great time to be ice fishing as there is usually plenty of ice and alot of people have quit ice fishing since the walleye season is closed. Bring the ice fishing gear!!! and if they can't find anything on Pelican there are alot of lakes that are in the area to get to....North Long is also a good March lake out of the Merrifield side.....Good Luck

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cmcclaine

I think crappies and sunnies are about all they fish for anyway, so that should work for them. Thanks for all your help!!!

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bturck

Isn't this the Brainerd Forum? Bill

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