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Lake Minnetonka Results - 2/21/16


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Matt Johnson

Here are a few of the results from the event on Lake Minnetonka - North Arm Bay...

 

1st Place - Matt Milbrandt/Evan Ficek (6.745 pounds)

2nd Place - Shawn Lankki/Austin Schorn (6.585 pounds)

3rd Place - Kyle From/Aaron Carlson (6.44 pounds)

4th Place - Eric Linnell/Matt Brookman (6.21 pounds)

5th Place - Charles DeGrio/Matt Weber (5.995 pounds)

Big Fish - Kyle From/Aaron Calrson (1.025 pound Crappie)

 

For a complete list of the results... Lake Minnetonka Results - CLICK HERE

Also check out the UPL Facebook page for more photos from the event... UPL Facebook Page - CLICK HERE

Next and final event coming up in a couple weeks on Big Marine Lake!

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MN BassFisher

That was a fun event! There were sunfish everywhere. Crappies were holding tight to weeds.

Here are a few videos from the Aqua Vu while pre-fishing:  UPL Minnetonka

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IceHawk

Nice video really demonstrates how the fish relate to the good weeds, love how green they are . The video really represents what people should be looking for when searching for active pannies. and that's green weeds!

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    • SkunkedAgain
      I'm in Black Bay, which in a typical year is no more than 6 feet deep (5ft this year!) so it's one of the first places to freeze along with all of the other shallow bays. My rule of thumb has always been to plan on trips through the end of October, open water in November is a pleasant gift. This year is obviously a little different at the moment.   I am hoping for that warm up....maybe I should just sit tight for a week and not push trying to get up there this weekend.
    • matt320
      I have the JMX5000 thermal hub with the floor attachment its a nice hub warm and easy to set up. 
    • mulefarm
      Ice fishing by Halloween?
    • JerkinLips
      I couldn't find ice-in data on Lake Vermilion  but mid-November is typical.  Usually occurs during firearms deer hunting but has occurred at the beginning and end of November.  May occasionally deviate outside of November.  Would be interesting to see the data.
    • gimruis
    • FishinCT
      Our group has been going up early to mid October for years but have also done September. You will likely catch more fish in October but weather is hit or miss. Example is this year...we were up this past weekend and it was miserable. Snowed every day and highs in mid 30s. Last year we were up the same weekend and fished in sweatshirts. That’s the gamble you have to take with October. We just don’t have the choice for now.    Edit: FWIW I’ve had plenty of bad/windy days in September too. But the bad in October are worse. 
    • BigVwalters
      @Austin12345 Mid November Id say 
    • Austin12345
      When do you guys get ice up there on a normal year was up by sawbill a week and a half ago water was pretty chilly
    • Darrell Larson
      As far as I can see west of Duffy Island towards the Houseboats in Pike Bay it skimmed over with ice last night. Not saying it's going to stay. Just saying it has ice.
    • gimruis
      Long range forecast has 50 degrees by deer opener.  I highly doubt winter is already here to stay.
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