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Jason Boser

Its time again to start my fishing report for the year. I will try and get the info out every Mon. I hope evrybody has all their gear ready for the new year. a couple key things you dont want to forget get that new line on your reels and check those bearings on your trailer, those are two of the things that seem to get overlooked this time of the year.
This is my take on the projections for the good lakes up here this year. Winnie is going to be good the DNR say the fish are off the charts. Splithand, Pokegama,Trout around the GR area are going to be good. I am hoping Sand,Jessie and Bowstring hold there own again also. I think out area is going to do well for the walleyes this year and am looking forward to a great season. Good luck to all of you on the opening and be safe. wear your life jackets.
Jason Boser
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willowcat

Has it rained at all up there to bring the water levels up?

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jigglestick

jason, i ran into your cousin ted down in brainerd yesterday. he said to check on you to make sure you were keeping in line or else he was going to have to come up and straighten you out wink.gif
i think he was joking??
seemed like a pretty nice guy.
he was kind of surprised i knew of you. that is the beauty of fishing minnesota i guess smile.gif
good fishing!!

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Icerookie

Jason, what do you know about Prairie lake...just north of Grand Rapids off Hwy 38? Whats the fishing like in a typical year? Thanks for any info!

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Jason Boser

so you ran into ted... he is a nice guy I spent many of days with him and my dads twin on their farm in peirz lots of fun.I'm hoping to get him to cass for opener with us this year we will see.

As for prairie it is a good lake early for walleyes by the river inlet and outlet by the gorge jig and minnow after that they dig into those weeds and get alittle tougher to get out of there but you want action something is always biting like bass, northerns, crappies sunnies in or on the edge of the weeds
Jason

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