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Fished the east side gravel Tuesday afternoon till about noon today.Picked up 9 fish on tuesday and 8 fish wednesday and 1 this morning.The best bite was around sunset.Kept 4 fish between 14-16 and the rest were under 14 and released.Most of the fish were caught on rattle reels with plain and red hooks with fatheads.Last night the bite really slowed down with the cold front.They got 8 inches of snow up there yesterday and today it is blowing and drifting and very cold.If you are planning on going up there you better go prepared and bring lots of warm clothes.Some stuck vehicles and some that wouldnt start.I was going to head back up tomorrow but with 40-50 below windchill I think Ill be staying home this weekend.

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Vickie

Sounds like you got some fish this week - that's always good.

We're coming up tomorrow - haven't decided where to go out of yet. With 8" of blowing snow it may be hard to get where we want to go. You said they are having a tough time keeping the roads open - do you know if it's suppose to blow all weekend up there? How about off the road? There wasn't any snow last time we were up and we could drive anywhere we wanted. Do you think we'll be able to get around?

Thanks - Vickie

PS -- Tell Vi we said Hi!!

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rmh2o

Hi Vickie

It was really blowing today and sounds like it is going to keep up as they are talking 40-50 below wind chill.You better bring Stan along to keep you warm LOL.When I left today the roads were drifting in as fast as they plowed them and driving off the road looks like it will be getting more difficult.With this weather you may want to call up there and check as they sometimes dont plow as much when its blowing.Good luck and be careful.

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Vickie

Thanks Bob. And yes, I'll be sure to bring Stan with. laugh.gif

Vickie

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LIGHTLINE

PULLED OUT OF NITTYS HUNTERS POINT ON SUNDAY.

THE WORD AROUND THE CAMPFIRE WAS , THEY HAD A PILE DRIVER TOURNEY ON THE LAKE THE DAY BEFORE WE WHERE ON THE LAKE. THAT WAS BAD NEWS , MY THOUGHT WAS WE WHERE NOT GOING TO DO VERRY WELL AND WE DID'NT. FISHED OUT ON 3/4 MILE REEF, FLAMINGO, BOOT FLAT , FISHERS, 9 MILE, AND 3MILE FLATS , ONLY TO PRODUCE 8 WALLEYES AND 20 JUMBOS IN FOUR DAYS .

THATS THE LITTLE BIG POND FOR YOU. THE FISH WE DID CATCH WHERE ON 1 INCH SWEEDISH PIMPLES WITH THE RED SPINNER AND A FAT HEAD SINGLE HOOK.

THE JUMBOS WHERE BITING ON HALI CHAIN OF FUREYS WITH A WHOLE CRAPPIE MINNOW. THE FISH ARE IN THE DEEPER WATER.

WE DID THE BEST ON FISHERS, THATS ABOUT TWO MILES SOUTH EAST OF THE NINE MILE FLATS. GOOD LUCK AND GOOD FISHING.

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