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Detroit Lakes Fishing - Concern, lack of posts!


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Since the dog days are here not seeing many posts.  This is a great resource and palce to communicate so lets use it.  Back to Breezy Point and  Detroit Lakes starting August 28th.  Best to all! 

Love MN! Good people. 

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Sorry guys I know I should be posting more just got burnt out so taking the summer off and plan on getting back into posting this fall and winter again  Crappie bite has been unbelievable in the DL area right from the early ice out through now. At this point been getting them in the normal summer spots in the cabbage at anywhere from 10-15' depending on the lake.  Buddies that fish for eyes have been having a good season as well.  See ya soon!

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Agreed, the fishing has been just awesome this summer. Panfish can be caught along the weedlines, pretty much any time of the day. Guys pulling spinners/crawlers are still catching a bunch of eyes. some of the lakes have a pretty good algea bloom but nothing you can;t fish around or through.

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Fished Big Cormorant for a day and the bass bite was hit or miss.  Found a few fish on the docks and a cluster of nicer fish near a rocky point. Switched lakes on Friday and got into a great dock bite.  Nothing huge (17.5 was the biggest) but great numbers of fish. They were hitting jigs, tubes and senkos very aggressively and didn't seem to mind that it was high noon and 98 degrees.  My first time to the DL area, but I hope to be back!

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Juan- Thanks for the post.  Be in Detroit Lakes on Sept. 4th and will advise on how I do.  Great area with more lakes than a oerson can fish in a lifetime. 

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Took my son and his buddy from AZ out over the weekend and we found them on 2 different lakes close to DL. 9-15 ft in the cabbage jigging with chartreuse paddle tail minnows on a 16oz jig.  Pic of a couple.

 

 

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Back to Mi from Detroit Lakes.  Fishing was slow for walleyes.  Did very well for bass and small pike on Franklin, Pickeral and Lake 5 trolling 1/4 oz jig with 3 inch twister tail over the weed in 12 ft of water.  Lots of fun.  No big fish but as said, fun.  Also fished the Breezy Point area north of Brainerd.  Slow there also, small pike, water was very warm. 

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I would imagine the bite is still hot for pretty much anything you want to target.  The fall Bass bite up there is the better than the spring.  Was up 2 weeks ago and did very well shallow and weed line throwing a chatterbait.  Couldnt keep the pike off either.

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Sorry for late update been in a combine for two and a half weeks.  Fished a small lake on the 26th.  Huge bull gills 9+" probably caught 20-30 that size 6-8" probably 50-75.  Caught a few crappies and if we did they were 10-11.5" maybe caught 75.  Took the girlfriend the next day with her nephew and couldn't catch a blue gill to save our lives.  we maybe ended up with 20 gills total but caught around a 100 crappies all in that 10-11.5" mark did get two at 12.5" and luckily they both caught them so they were excited.  Between both days we caught maybe 10 bass total and two of them were a whopping 3"!  Thought they had put a big fat head on till I heard them laughing at how big the bass was.  

What we found were that everything was near cabbage.  If you found cabbage standing they were there.  We had to downsize our jigs big time.  1/16 oz jigs with a small twister or grub body was best nothing over 2".  First day we actually switched to bobbers and were catching the gills on them with ice jigs with crawlers or minnows but sunday they wouldn't bite it to save our lives.

Sorry for the late post

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Glad to see ice fixed the problem with lack of posting on this site.  Tight lines and good bit to all.  This year we are in MN for 6 weeks, start at Thunderbird Lodge, then Detroit Lakes and last stop Breezy Point.  

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      대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she 대전스파≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차プ대전오피ウ대전오피 대전오피ꖐ대전휴게텔ꖐ대전패티she  
    • soheye1953
      달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔 달림포차≭Dalpocha1、Com≭천안오피 천안스파ꔙ천안건마ꖱ천안오피ꔙ천안OPひ천안휴게텔  
    • soheye1953
      대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마 대구마사지≭dalpocha1。com≭달포차ロ대구오피マ대구오피 대구오피꘩대구휴게텔꘩대구건마  
    • soheye1953
      대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피 대전oP꘣달포차≭Dalpocha1、Net≭대전오피が대전휴게텔ꕼ대전안마テ대전오피ꕼ대전오피  
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