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We didn't do real well. Two of us fished on Koronis and had 2 walleye, one 26 3/4 and one 7". A few pike to keep us interested and a 21+ smallie. Not a great opener, but not a bust either. How about yourself?

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Tbone in da boat.......I was in Duluth this weekend fishing the St.Louis River.

A group of us went up there and fished the whole weekend. 2 boats were in the party and the weekend total went something like this----> Boat 1: 45-50 walleyes (majority caught on Saturday) and Boat 2: 10 walleyes (majority caught on Sunday). crazy.gif

Still scratchin' my head because everyone in both boats in my party were fishing pretty much the same baits (minnows) and same presentation (3/8 oz. jig)!

Thank goodness my boat was BOAT 1! grin.gif

Weather wasn't the greatest, but the fishing made up for it.

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It was slow for us on Rice Sunday afternoon. One walleye, six pike and one sucker. All on crankbaits up shallow. We couldn't get anything going on livebait. Saw 4 other fish caught by other boats and two of those were bullheads. I talked to 5 different folks coming in at the landing and a DNR survey guy. Seems the average was less than one eye per boat with about two little pike tossed in.

Water temps had cooled off quite a bit from a couple weeks ago(55 degrees). We had 49.4 - 51.2 with most of the water being right around 50 degrees. Water has a fair amount of color to it already.

Borch

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Fished Big Birch on Saturday. Obviously the weather was not good. My dad and I got one walleye about 20" and a bunch of hammerhandles along with a couple decent bass. The northerns were very small with nothing over 22". Water temp was right at 50 degrees. Hopefully the water can warm up a bit and the walleyes become more active. I only saw one other boat catch a fish and it was a largemouth.

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I must say I had a fairly good outing on the Shoe considering the weather. 4 hours, 7 'eyes, Biggest went 26.5 released and released all but 4 - 16, 16, 17, and 18. Also 2 bonus 11"-12" crappie and released a 4lb bass. Must have been in the right place I guess.

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I fished Rice Sat from 7-3 and between 2 guys we caught 9 northerns and 1 13" eye. Northerns on cranks and the eye was on a fat head. I saw about 10 eyes caught and they were all caught by the bobber fishermen, mostly on minnows.

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I've heard some good stories from the St Louis, I hope to get some fishing in on it this year when we head up for the family vaca. I heard some good reports off of Horseshoe also and we were tempted to drive over there but decided to stay on Koronis. The water was real clear yet we could see down about 8-10 feet in the calm areas. I'm sure it wont be long before Koronis starts to bloom if Rice is already.

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Was out on the Horseshoe chain also Sunday. Picked up 5 eyes from 11am till 5pm. Had to leave when the bite was getting good. Picked up 4 in less than 25 minutes. 14 - 16in.Found a bar no one was fishing. Lots of boats but not too many fish being caught...

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