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elusivecrappiecatcher

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elusivecrappiecatcher

Anyone ice fish out there. The girlfreind has a cabin on the lake and i have fished out there in the summer have never caught i fish on this lake. I wanna try ice fishing there. What are the hot spots. what type of rig to use depth of water anything that could help me catch some fish!!!

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fishermatt

There are walleyes to be had on this lake, and they're biting this winter so far. There's also getting to be some big perch. My experience so far has been that perch will clean you out until 4:30, then a mixture of perch and walleyes until 5:30 or so. I heard a guy say he was getting some between 6-8pm, but haven't been able to try that. All of the shorelines seem to have fish, if you can find a point or inside turn so much the better. The break in front of the Paul Miller Park access is easy to get to and has some fish, also by the culvert where the OT river enters the lake on the west side. Use Shiner or Sucker minnows on a plain hook or glow jig, and fish in 12-24 feet of water within 2 feet of the bottom. Tip ups work great, so does jigging.

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Does anyone even fish this lake in the winter!!! How is it???

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beartoo

I hear its slow and you have to watch the ice. Sorry I can't tell you any more.

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otterman

Little pine better than most people give it credit for. I have a cabin on this lake and the flat or bar on the north side of the lake it good, or else find quick drop offs. Walleyes are still betting pretty good. Its more of a night bite than morning. Fish around 20-28 ft. Good luck.

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