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hip_hop_fisherman

Knife Lake Contest ?

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hip_hop_fisherman

Not exactly sure on that answer, but I haven't heard that its been cancelled. You can give Jerry's Bait a call and he'll probably be able to tell you. 320-679-2151.

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Wavey Davey

Do any of you in the Mora area know if the ice fishing contest on Knife Lake scheduled for tomarrow, Sat. the 15th,

is still a go or not based on the below zero temps?

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CC Hurl

I was thinking of fishing knife this weekend. This lake has been good for walleye in the past. Has anyone here been out this year on knife? Im wondering if the bight has been slow,good or non existant. Also wondering what the slot is also. Any info is appreciated. Thanks and good luck to all.

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hip_hop_fisherman

The bites been really slow. Very few houses out there. There is the possibility of pick up some sunnies, size is the issue. Maybe with this warmer (at least above zero) weather coming things will pick up a bit.

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Wavey Davey

Slots on Knife are 18" to 24" walleye must be released and

24" to 36" northern must be released. Didn't make it there on the 15th, too cold plus I had a cold too. Would still like to know if the contest went on or if by chance it was rescheduled.

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jltimm

Last I heard they just held it at the bar with drawings for the prizes?

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hip_hop_fisherman

Yes, the tournament was held in the bar, and they drew for the cash an everything. Its not rescheduled.

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Wavey Davey

Thanks for the replies. Holding an ice fishing contest in a bar, what a great idea! I'll bet the bottle bass were really biting...

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