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ANYFISH2

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ANYFISH2

Place the pics of your big  bass here!

 

Good luck to all.

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Rick G

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ANYFISH2

Bass sure are fun through the ice aren't thay Rick?

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eyeguy 54

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AlwaysFishing23
46 minutes ago, ANYFISH2 said:

Bass sure are fun through the ice aren't thay Rick?

 

Heck Yeah!

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ANYFISH2
47 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

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Piggy!

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ZachD

Here is a couple I have pics of

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smalliehunter

To many pictures to post, but here is a sample of the October fish I caught

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Yes they are fun through the ice.  19½"

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ANYFISH2

Isaac first of 2017.   From the boat landing no less.

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eyeguy 54

fun day

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ANYFISH2

A few from 5/27

 

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eyeguy 54

great fishing so far 

 

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Dune27

Nice catch!

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phishnerd

Nice fish eyeguy!

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Timber Ghost

My son and I had a great day bass fishing the weekend of catch and release only. We caught almost 30 fish and the biggest was 23" 7.6lbs and the smallest was 20 3/4" all prespawn pigs on deep cranks on wind blown inside turns on the deep breaks of points. Oh this so brought back all my memories of tournament days of Bass Fishing but never have I had this many big fish in one day and the best part was spending it with my son who is also hooked on bass fishing and has been since he was 4 when he started going with me pre fishing for tournaments. the best partner a Dad can have is his Son or Daughter. here are a couple of pics that i have on my computer I will upload more of the pigs.

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eyeguy 54

dandies!   got out with a friend today and his biggest went 20 1/4, mine was 19 3/4 .  

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ANYFISH2

Good grief Timber Ghost!!!

What a fantastic day.  congrats.

 

Beautiful fish Eyeguy.

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Timber Ghost

Anyfish2 thank you and yes it was a Good Grief day :-)

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Timber Ghost

One more son caught today at our home lake from shore. He is on a big fish year :-)

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Timber Ghost

Here are a few more Prespawn Pigs :-)

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eyeguy 54

@Timber Ghost ....   you need to learn how to smile !  ;)  nice fishies. couple from todays trip on the creek. Erics beast went 20 5/8. 

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Timber Ghost

I know i told my son he needs to smile in the pics like the big smile he has has he is reeling them in.

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ANYFISH2

Well, the way he is going, he probably feels like, " just another cookie cutter 20"er".:crazy:

 

He definitely is on a roll.  Thanks for sharing Timber.

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Rick G

The ol' ladie scored a nice one yesterday afternoon

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Wanderer
1 hour ago, JIvers said:

 

21", and fat, so I am confident she hit 5.5 lbs. Put back down the hole after this photo.

I would say so!  A porker like that @ 21 inches was likely over 6. :cool:  And it looks like it could be a tad over 21.  The largies I used to fish with that length and apparent girth were usually pushing toward the 7 mark.  That’s a true hawg!  Congrats!

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IceHawk

That's a good one congrats!

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eyeguy 54

BEAST!  nice job

 

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    • ANYFISH2
      This is not my fish, just wish I could someday catch one like it!! Caught this past ice fishing season, by friends group.  Absolute slob 45" long 27" girth. I did not ask to post the guys likeness so covered his face.  Congrats to him though.  
    • ANYFISH2
      Rick G, we still had snow on the ground in the woods last week so I think it kept the ground cool enough.  Our season has been odd, a couple great days separated by many very poor days.  We are pushing 400 gallons of sap so far usually get 600-650 yearly.  Temps look good end of next week, hopefully the trees stay sweet.  No budding yet and syrup is still light in color so we should have some time still.
    • PRO-V
      A hunk of uncooked lasagna noodle attracts them well also in a trap.
    • smalliehunter
      no length, no weight.  Thought I had caught a new state record smallmouth lol.  Have never caught another northern or any other type of fish other than smallmouth off that spot still to this day.
    • Rick G
      Anyfish.... your lucky you sapping season is still going. Ours here in St Cloud area dried up by last wed.... my taps are still in, but its all over.  One of the shortest sapping seasons I have ever seen. 
    • Rick G
      Like icehawk said, dog food works well, i would put it in cheesecloth or an old sock w someholes in it to keep it all from washing away too quickly. Those small barrel type traps can be very effectife if you have a good size population of minnows in your creek. 
    • Wanderer
      That sounds pretty efficient!  When I was growing up we’d seine a creek too to get the smaller minnows.  A little later we had a cabin on a river in northern MN and would catch creek chubs like @Kettle mentioned.  We’d have two rods with; one for chubs and one for rigging the chubs for bigger fish.  A grasshopper or worm from an overturned log would start the show.   These days you have to be careful about transportation of bait between waters though.  Bait dealers have to trap under permit to be VHS free.  Be sure of the regs wherever you’re trapping and fishing.   The good ol days were good!
    • Rick G
      Well, I made it out for a little bit today.  Still was a fair size sheet of ice floating around on the main lake yet, not too bad considering 90% of this lake was still covered this last thursday.Water temp was 39 out there. I headed back into a small bay out of the wind.  Water temp was 48 in the furthest back corner, this is where I found a few bluegill hiding.  Size definitely was not what I was looking for, but sometimes it isn't always about catching the big'uns😊 I found myself content just to be back out casting the long rod...a few fish pulling on the line was an added bonus😏 Better days of catching are right around the corner
    • IceHawk
      Austin small minnow traps baited with some small dogfood or bread pieces. Toss in creeks deeper pools in backwaters especially off rivers. Leeches crushed coffee cans baited with beef spleens or liver,  pull real early before first light before leeches escape. Just make sure there not blood suckers and good leeches  Crawlers I get most of mine after a good hard rain on a couple back blacktop roads that are loaded doesn't take long. Be setup for bait for a while even if bait stores are closed . 
    • Kettle
      I would catch Chubs using tear drop jigs and pieces of really small angle like worms. How I catch walleye in rivers, catch Chubs to catch the walleye 
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