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opening on turtle river lake

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I was hoping to get some help on fishing turtle river lake on opener. some ideas on where, depth and colors to try. This will be my second time on this lake and would like to get some insight.
thanks for the help good luck on opener

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Hi and welcome to the forum! Unfortunately we haven't fished or heard too much about Turtle except that it's good for walleye, with most of them being 1 to 2 pounds, and some nice panfish. (Also had heard that sometimes the Turtle River between the lake and 3 Island Lake Dam is closed in late spring to help protect the walleyes during spawn, but they didn't know the dates for this year and if they were going to do that, but if it is open to fish that may be an area to start at). Sorry we can't be of more help.
Again, welcome and Good luck and please post how you do this weekend smile.gif

Drake Motel
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[This message has been edited by Drake (edited 05-08-2002).]

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Hey unitplan. Welcome to the Blackduck Forum. Turtle river is a good spot for opener. A lot of Walleyes, panfish, etc. This is another lake in the area that has some big northerns. I would concentrate my efforts in the shallower areas of the lake. There is a small Island on the south side work around the shallows in that area.
Good luck,
Im heading out in the boat right now.
Good luck on turtle.

Kupcho's Guide Service
Upper Red, Winnie, Blackduck Area
Phone:(651) 426-1545
E-mail: [email protected]

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