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Mille Lacs mid summer multi-species


palisade1kid

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Any rock bass over 10" is a master angler fish? That can't be right, can it? If so, I'm a master rock bass angler about 50 times grin

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Species Name

Adult

Youth

Catch & Release

Harvested

Catch & Release

Harvested

Min Length

Min Weight

Min Length

Min Weight

Bass, largemouth

21"

5 lbs 7 oz

16"

2 lbs 5 oz

Bass, rock

10"

0 lbs 14 oz

9"

0 lbs 10 oz

Bass, smallmouth

21"

5 lbs 15 oz

16"

2 lbs 8 oz

Bass, white

16"

2 lbs 1 oz

13"

1 lbs 2 oz

Bluegill

11"

1 lbs 5 oz

10"

0 lbs 15 oz

Bowfin

26"

6 lbs 10 oz

20"

3 lbs 0 oz

Buffalo, bigmouth

32"

21 lbs 6 oz

27"

12 lbs 13 oz

Buffalo, black

27"

12 lbs 13 oz

21"

6 lbs 5 oz

Buffalo, smallmouth

24"

9 lbs 10 oz

23"

8 lbs 6 oz

Bullhead, black

14"

1 lbs 10 oz

13"

1 lbs 4 oz

Bullhead, brown

20"

4 lbs 15 oz

15"

2 lbs 0 oz

Bullhead, yellow

14"

1 lbs 11 oz

13"

1 lbs 6 oz

Burbot (eelpout)

32"

9 lbs 1 oz

28"

6 lbs 1 oz

Carp

34"

19 lbs 9 oz

30"

13 lbs 9 oz

Carpsucker, river

14"

1 lbs 7 oz

13"

1 lbs 2 oz

Catfish, channel

30"

11 lbs 15 oz

26"

7 lbs 6 oz

Catfish, flathead

33"

16 lbs 6 oz

30"

11 lbs 15 oz

Crappie, black

15"

2 lbs 4 oz

13"

1 lbs 7 oz

Crappie, white

15"

1 lbs 15 oz

13"

1 lbs 4 oz

Drum (sheepshead)

30"

14 lbs 15 oz

26"

9 lbs 7 oz

Eel, american

36"

5 lbs 0 oz

30"

4 lbs 8 oz

Gar, longnose

46"

10 lbs 3 oz

40"

6 lbs 3 oz

Gar, shortnose

30"

3 lbs 13 oz

26"

2 lbs 8 oz

Goldeye

14"

0 lbs 15 oz

13"

0 lbs 13 oz

Hogsucker, northern

12"

0 lbs 12 oz

10"

0 lbs 7 oz

Mooneye

12"

0 lbs 11 oz

10"

0 lbs 7 oz

Muskellunge

46"

27 lbs 12 oz

44"

24 lbs 0 oz

Muskellunge, tiger

42"

22 lbs 13 oz

40"

19 lbs 3 oz

Perch, yellow

15"

1 lbs 15 oz

12"

0 lbs 15 oz

Pike, northern

40"

18 lbs 5 oz

35"

12 lbs 3 oz

Pike, northern (silver)

35"

12 lbs 2 oz

34"

11 lbs 2 oz

Pumpkinseed

9"

0 lbs 12 oz

8"

0 lbs 9 oz

Quillback

19"

3 lbs 7 oz

17"

2 lbs 8 oz

Redhorse, golden

15"

1 lbs 9 oz

14"

1 lbs 4 oz

Redhorse, greater

24"

7 lbs 0 oz

20"

3 lbs 15 oz

Redhorse, river

24"

6 lbs 11 oz

20"

3 lbs 10 oz

Redhorse, shorthead

19"

3 lbs 1 oz

17"

2 lbs 3 oz

Redhorse, silver

19"

3 lbs 4 oz

17"

2 lbs 5 oz

Salmon, chinook

40"

25 lbs 6 oz

34"

15 lbs 0 oz

Salmon, coho

23"

3 lbs 0 oz

20"

2 lbs 2 oz

Salmon, pink

19"

3 lbs 15 oz

17"

2 lbs 15 oz

Sauger

22"

3 lbs 8 oz

20"

2 lbs 9 oz

Splake

23"

4 lbs 14 oz

20"

3 lbs 2 oz

Sturgeon, lake

54"

21 lbs 10 oz

45"

12 lbs 11 oz

Sturgeon, shovelnose

22"

4 lbs 0 oz

19"

3 lbs 0 oz

Sucker, blue

24"

8 lbs 8 oz

20"

4 lbs 9 oz

Sucker, longnose

16"

2 lbs 1 oz

14"

1 lbs 5 oz

Sucker, white

19"

3 lbs 4 oz

18"

2 lbs 12 oz

Sunfish, green

10"

0 lbs 14 oz

9"

0 lbs 10 oz

Sunfish, hybrid

10"

1 lbs 1 oz

9"

0 lbs 12 oz

Trout, brook

20"

3 lbs 8 oz

15"

1 lbs 7 oz

Trout, brown

25"

8 lbs 2 oz

22"

5 lbs 5 oz

Trout, lake

34"

15 lbs 12 oz

30"

10 lbs 9 oz

Trout, rainbow

32"

15 lbs 10 oz

28"

10 lbs 4 oz

Trout, tiger

15"

1 lbs 4 oz

13"

0 lbs 9 oz

Tullibee

17"

2 lbs 1 oz

15"

1 lbs 6 oz

Walleye

26"

6 lbs 5 oz

24"

5 lbs 1 oz

Walleye, Sauger hybrid

25"

5 lbs 7 oz

22"

3 lbs 9 oz

Whitefish, lake

24"

5 lbs 9 oz

21"

3 lbs 6 oz

Whitefish, menominee

17"

1 lbs 14 oz

15"

1 lbs 4 oz

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    • travis_td
      Hi there, I am making sure that this is the location that folks will be posting updates for Ice Fishing on Lake Vermilion this winter (2022).  I think so but want to make sure as I plan on trying to get out next weekend, December 8-11.
    • smurfy
      thanks wanderer.......even reports from lakes like leech gives me a pretty good idea of what the lakes i want to fish will be like. lot of past experience helps, and no doubt wheelers will be used soon.    we had a retiree.holiday union party last night. buddy said that his kid was on little Winnie with about 5 inches of ice and there moving all around the lake!!
    • Wanderer
      Leech lake has been 100% capped for about a week, I think.  Before you say that’s not a small, underfished lake, it’s just an example that you could prolly drive wheelers on your kind of lakes by now. 😉   I’ve been seeing a lot of 5-7 inch reports going into the weekend.  Sadly I haven’t cut a hole yet.  Still working on repairs and updates on our houses.
    • leech~~
      Here's some throw back for yea. Lets your candy azzz E-cutter battery do this!  🤣    
    • Tom Sawyer
      Oh I didn't say I don't own several versions of Teslas, just that until this hell frozen over state changes I'll always find a use for the ice diggin' anchor. Will be a great post hole digger in it's next life use too
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      Yep no puzzy Tesla auger for me until they pry it from my dead hands!  😆
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      Still waiting for global warming to ditch my Lazer Mag, always in the truck for thick, virgin ice.    Don't know if it's possible, or advisable, but thought I would throw a 8" K drill bit on it to lighten it up. Should be an adapter for such a conversion. Careful what you wish for, probably rip my arm off with a shredding combo like that 😂    
    • rundrave
      Leech I still have my old jiffy gas auger mainly for sentimental reasons. I haven’t used it for 3 years now. The only time I start it up is in the garage just to hear that pop pop pop sound lol   I will never go back and have no regrets going electric. Huge weight saver and with an extension will go through any thickness of ice. Starts first pull every time lol    we were fishing 2 weeks ago Swiss cheesing a slough here in SD on 4” of ice when someone else tried to fire up their gas auger and my buddies and I looked at each other almost in disbelief that someone was still using a gas auger.   pros and cons for sure but I think electric has more pros than cons with advancements lately     
    • smurfy
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    • leech~~
      Let me know when you go again.  I'll being my crossbow and take out the Deer when you kick them up!  😁
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