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eyehead

Anyone been out fishing Johanna??? Gonna give it a try tommorow.....

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gr8icefishinmind

What r u gonna fish for??? I would not be surprised if that lake has some major winter kill this year! I fish it every now and then during the summer, mainly cause we have a a cabin on linka which isn't too far away!!!

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eyehead

yea, im almost positive theres gonna be some winter kill out there this year. I fish it now and then in the summer. I'm thinkin were gonna try for some sunfish and throw out some tip-ups for some pike. Try a little something different for a change....

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gr8icefishinmind

Huge sunfish in that lake if you can find them!!! Also some very good size northerns. Do you live right in new london? Or possibly west of town? You look very familiar! Well hopefully you don't get out there and drill a hole only to have dead fish come through the hole! It is very possible!

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eyehead

Nope....north of town about a mile, but its very possible you know me. New London aint very big laugh Anyway, I'll let ya know how it goes.

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gr8icefishinmind

I'm out across from rambow on #40! How did the fishin go?

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eyehead

Not very good at all. After watching a guy drop the front end of his truck thru the ice up to his frame, we pulled him out and left. Little hairy out there!! We were just happy to make it back to shore without falling thru or getting stuck. Ended up fishing Green the rest of the day.

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firlman

Was hopeing to get out there this weekend. I am coming from a long ways a way was wondering how the ice is so I don't have to waste a trip! Thanks to anyone who can help me out!

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BLACKJACK

we have a a cabin on linka which isn't too far away!!!

gr8, hows the fishing on Linka? Always thought about trying it. Been on Scandi and Gilchrist but never on Linka.

How do you like having a cabin on Linka? Does the water stay clean enough for good swimming?

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gr8icefishinmind

Don't waste your trip!!!!

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BLACKJACK

After watching a guy drop the front end of his truck thru the ice up to his frame, we pulled him out and left. Little hairy out there!!

eyehead, good job pulling him out!!! I'll bet he was happy to see you!!!!!!!!!

Where did he fall in? By the landing or one of the islands? I would think by now that most lakes would be drivable all over??

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gr8icefishinmind

Fishing on linka has been slow the past few years.......DNR did a survey and the sunfish population had diminished! Used to be alot of sunfish in the lake but that is no longer. It's mainly turned into a bass lake!! Carp have begun to take over as well which is no good!!! Gilchrist is my favorite to go to and early sunfish on scandi is great!

Linka is a great lake, nice and quiet and very clean!!! They do a water clarity test every spring where they drop a disc down and it usually is the 20' range that they can see it. One of the clearest lakes in Minn. Really tough boat access to get in and out of......definetly need 4x4. But it is nice for us cause the lake stays quiet that way!!! Lake isn't big enough for skiiers and tubers and all that stuff!!!

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eyehead

BLACKJACK, He fell thru Southeast of the first island. I would guess he was a couple hundred yards away from it. From what i'm told there are quite a few springs out there.

Firlman, yea I would maybe pick a different lake. I wouldnt want to drive out there after this rain. You got bigger stones than me if you do grin

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BLACKJACK

early sunfish on scandi is great!

As in Early winter or Early spring or Early summer? I've fished it a few times in winter and haven't had much luck but have caught sunfish in the summer time, kind of small though. Nowadays I drive another 10 miles to Minnewaska after sunnies.

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gr8icefishinmind

As in late may early june. Minnewaska is also a blast late spring when the sunnies are up shallow after spawning!!!

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glenn57

i fish johanna in the summer. i have been told NEVER drive a vehicle onto johanna from the acess no matter how thick the ice. i have a friend that has an 8 wheeler with tracks that floats, he went out there 2 weeks ago and said even with that it was scary.

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