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Any luck on Myr Mar flats?


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They on top of the flat, on the break lines, or off the edges in the 30+ feet of water. I'll report back Monday. Any pointers = better post by me come Monday!

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Hahah I love it! Just what I expected... Im gonna be hole hoping while my buddies sit on their a$$ and drink beer in the permanent. Im the one responsible for the permy placement of course!

Were gonna be up there from noon saturday to noon Sunday. Where would you set up? On top in 24ish? a nice break line? or out deep 30ish?

Me, I'll be fishing it all but they like that permanent set up ASAP and they refuse to move it once it's down unfortunately... bunch of lazy a$$es smile

Thanks for any advice guys

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I have friends like that. My serious buddy's and I call them the B-squad. grin Set up in any of those locations. Fish will move through all of them just at different times. Whatever you feel confident with is usually best.

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Well i can tell you that with a major cold front like last saturday...You do not want to be on top of the flat frown

I think your best bet is right on the bottom edge of the break for the house...and you'll do much better than your buddies if your hole hopping around. Also, try not to sit in crowds - you'll do better without all the traffic and noise.

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Myself and three others went out of Myr Mar just for the day last Friday (18th). The gentleman at the office said the best bet was any of the flats in around 30 FOW. I used my Navionics app on my phone to get me right on the edge of Krause Flat. We put the camera down the hole and saw that we were on the edge of a nice ridge line in some muddy sand. Had a nice eater eye on camera for about an hour and a half before we could get him to commit. He had my medium sized rainbow on a glow demon in his mouth for about a quarter of a second and spit it out. My buddy caught him on a 3" shiner with green eye dropper and bobber about 8" off the bottom. We later moved to the north end of 8 mile flat and found the edge again. The camera didn't show as drastic of a ridge line. My buddy again caught the only fish, one 20" and one 23" on the same bobber set up with 2"-3" shiner. So aparently that was the hot set up that day.

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Hey thats pretty cool... Does Myr Mar have any gravel on it? Will be my first time fishing that flat. What's the structure like?

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I don't know about gravel, that was my first time fishing out of Myr Mar as well. The structure we found was that steep ridge. It went from about 24' to 32' in about 10 yards. I'm hoping to get back out for a day trip next week sometime and will probably use Myr Mar again.

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What is on top of Myr Mar flat is it mud/silt on top shallower and out deep? Or are there rocks and what not up top in the shallow portion and mud out deep? Anybody familiar??

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well we caught 10 fish if anybody cares. They were switching between shiner and rainbow (50/50) on plain hooks on our rattle reels. None hit a spoon or anything else. Smallest was 16 biggest was 27.5. 28-30 feet of water.

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I have found if no one is answering your questions on here it's usually cause your on to something and no one wants to put it out there. I had the same issue a few weeks ago in the brained area forum. Feels pretty good though to get no advice and be able to out and catch fish on your own.

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it realy says something when the Great Walleye Factory falls into the Hush Hush Be very Quiet list of Lakes.

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Can you drive anywhere out on the flats right now or is the snow too deep pulling a 16 foot permanent with a full size Tahoe?

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Sorry I missed this thread earlier....I fish out of Myr Mar 98% of the time I fish Mille Lacs, and I never fish Myr Mar flat. It gets fished really, really hard, and there are enough flats within proximity to keep me busy. Of course, like any flat, there are lots of fish on it, and some guys do really well because they know the "spots," but if you're heading out on the NW end of Mille Lacs, I'd head to a different flat. There are TONS of unfished flats up here...find one that's not fished so heavily.

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