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FOOTDOC

Upper Red this past Sunday

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My son and I fished with Bear Paw on Sunday and had a great time. He had us follow him out to 14' of water and we started about 7:30 am. The fishing was constant until we left at noon with our limits of hugh crappies and some nice perch. We also had 9 walleyes with the largest at 18" and of course they were released. Thanks Bear Paw for a great morning! Red glow jigs in the shape of a demon with a crappie minnow did the trick, 2' off the bottom.

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Footdoc

Sounds like you had a great trip. We did the opposite of you. We fished out of Hillmans Friday in 14 feet of water from 3:30PM to 8 AM Sat. We kept 26 beautiful Red Lake crappies. They bit all night. They were going pretty good at midnight. Pulled stakes and went to Lake of the Woods after that. Kept 15 walleye and saugers.

What a great weekend.

I want to thank everyone for the reports and sharing your info with us on this site. It made for a great trip.

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FOOTDOC,

Were you the ones out in the shack at the end of his road??

We were in his small 2 man sleeper just about 150 yards before that, green toyota and a couple sleds on a trailer sitting outside. I had my portable over past there on friday for awhile but the fish were hitting so well inside the house there was no reason to move around.

We hit the road around 10:30am to beat the snow back to Duluth.

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