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Sham: That is one fantastic video. Would love to have that kind of action in a day! Do you ever drop a line down with a sucker minnow and rod/reel when the fish are that active? I love to catch and release fish those size in the winter while sight fishing. Would be an absolute riot with action like that!

No, I usually don't try to catch them. It gets to me a mess when the fish gets wrapped up in the decoy lines.

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Lets get some new videos on here!  I got a couple quick videos of  big musky in the hole chasing around my decoys. https://youtu.be/jQt5bd6HUv4 https://youtu.be/om6ocAT3a0Q  

Only fish i saw all day, this is the second time he came in first time didnt have the camera he smoked the pink and white

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WE need a like button on this thread grin

This is great guys keep them coming almost feels like I'm in the spear shack

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yea i made a trip up north yesterday with the gf, the lake is pretty much a private lake no public access, didnt make it out to the area i wanted gf got to spooked only 9.5" of ice laugh nice clear water and little to no pressure all year long, might try to head up there one more time this year

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Here is the last shot that the northern from my previous video took at the sucker. There was only about 3ft of water from the ice to the tops of the weeds, the lake doesn't get a whole lot deeper then this either. The first northern of the day I pulled up to the surface and grabbed. Only saw small pike that day, but it was a lot of fun.

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Archerysniper

That's some great video,thank you for sharing. It's fun when you can tease them up into the hole and touch or grab them.

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Here is the last shot that the northern from my previous video took at the sucker. There was only about 3ft of water from the ice to the tops of the weeds, the lake doesn't get a whole lot deeper then this either. The first northern of the day I pulled up to the surface and grabbed. Only saw small pike that day, but it was a lot of fun.

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Thanks for the compliments. The camera is actually a few years old, it is a Sony Powershot I think, only 7 megapixel. I think it had more to do with the conditions why the video turned out so good. It was a nice bright day with no snow on the ice, the house was dark, and I was in crystal clear shallow water. The pike were really hungry as well, which makes things fun.

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I can only hope I can see some conditions like that withmy new sony I got, hopefully oon I can enjoy some spearing again!

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Nice vids all. This is a video of one of the typical fish I see... in the low 20's. I have only seen a couple fish over 25", but one was 41 1/4" and a 28" that was my girlfriend's first spear

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Great vid lunkercity and if I watch it one more time I would probally spear my monitor grin

Thanks for sharing

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triggertrav

Turns out i am not good at this video thing, but still tried.

(still working on trying to figure out how to imbed video)

She didn't want to leave, but this was the first run she made at my dek.

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Your not alone triggertrav I got some good video with my phone but can't get it to my pc ,it will not let me email or text it . Something I have to figure out

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[video:youtube]<iframe width="640" height="480" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/0OPmIogjaDg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Are you using the movie clipboard TT click on the 6 th box from the left and post your url in that it should get you video

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This is a pike that kept coming back into the hole probably came thru 6 different times in a hour. Sorry for the phone conversation but I was talking on the phone when she showed up so I grabbed the camera and started filming. the lense on the camera was dirty and the glare from the ice doesnt help things out to much.

If you can see it this fish has a really full belly like it just ate a crappie or something.

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    • Oohfersuure
      I would explore helical footings.  Why not? Below is a company I’ve worked with. Not sure if they work up north or if they know someone that does? They are knowledgeable, a phone call should do er’ and see what you can find out. Good luck!   https://goliathtechmn.com/
    • eyeguy 54
      I just look at pics 😁😂😉
    • eyeguy 54
      Remind me to bring tums!! Lol
    • Rick G
      ice is still looking good, have roughly 24inces give or take a little. Cats have been kinda tough to find in any real numbers. I have done a bit of scouting this week.  I think I might have an area pinned down that has activity... Will do a bit more scouting this weekend and into next week.   Will Have  The location posted by Mid week for sure.  Will also keep monitoring ice conditions.
    • Rick G
      Well, might as well add some details to Royce's pics...lol With the longer days and warming weather pattern this week.  We have started to see more quality fish moving shallow to take advantage of the food and cover skinny water provides. Panfish start to move out from the basins during late winter to feed on the insects that become more active as the days get longer and warmer. There is also more oxygen available due to the weeds starting to grow again.     We have been finding more quality fish showing up in the 8-12 ft areas close to the greenest thickest weed available.  Insect type baits  like the p3 spug, the chigger fry and mayfly rigged on 3-4mm tungsten jigs have been working best.
    • Better Than Working!
      Never been there in may but early to mid June has provided lots of great memories!
    • JerkinLips
      Have fished 15 hours the last yesterday and today without catching a walleye. Y store only had crappie minnows and Fuel and Food had no minnows Thursday morning when I came up so I had to fish with the crappie minnows. My fish house neighbor caught 3 walleyess yesterday morning on pike suckers so I went back into town to get some after bait was delivered. Didn't help. I have only caught four 15" tulibee and a 12" perch. Switching to lake trout the rest of the weekend. 34" of ice. Gas sugar barely made it through. McKinley Park landing has a lot of water on the plowed road as you enter the lake. The Ice Castles may have a hard time getting off the lake this weekend. Good luck if you venture out and be careful.
    • gimruis
      I haven't got mine either.  But I don't intend to fish again until there's open water.  Carry on Bob
    • smurfy
      awe man............🤧😪 nice.................👍
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