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Two Island Lake/ Dick Lake Info wanted


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Need some help on finding and catching walleyes and northerns on Two Island Lake next weekend. Also, is it worth the trouble to take a canoe in to Dick Lake? Looking forward to some great small mouth action too. Thanks for your help, Polar Bear

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get there early if you want a campsite along the lake. (mid week) watch for rocks & reefs. go to the narrows between the islands toward dick lake portage. great walleye structure (slip bobbers) I have cuaght some 10lb. + northern in that area, smallies were a pest. special regulations and smallmouth might be great. caught a few northern in dick lake, but saw the biggest bull moose in my life.

ludy

p.s. zean ludy - ludy son
(I saw a bear near the john on two island when I was about 4.) ludy my dad and my brother wouldn't believe me an told me to go back to bed, but my dad looked out the door and there it was, a 100 lb. black bear. (kool)
we took a trip to ball club (10 miles north)
and on the way back there was this moose right in the middle of the road. we had to follow it for about a mile, I'm only 12yrs.
and my dad ludy took me to two island 4 x.

have fun! - i did

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    • mbeyer
      We spent Tuesday sept 26 to this Tuesday on the east end of the lake. Very consistent temperature and that southern wind with a bit of cloud cover was great for walleye fishing. We followed the wind and fished wind blown points and shoreline.  A few minutes on the graph showed us fish most places.  We saw fish, caught those fish.  We tend to fish lindy rigs but fished entirely jigs and minnows,  (y-store had plenty of bait).  Didn’t go to Big Bay but probably left some schooling fish for someone else. Caught fish all times of the day.  Didn’t need to low light for success.  Last two days of warmer temps and full sun slowed the bite a bit.  Didn’t see the 30” pigs as others have referred to but saw plenty over 20 and many of those smaller fish to remind us of the future health of the walleye population. Got to love the jig bite……
    • PSU
      65 around our dock in smart's bay
    • Wanderer
      That’s some seriously cool paint on those jigs!  Do they make them in “happy” or just “mad”? 😉  
    • Wanderer
      At the Hwy 6 access on the west side.  In the willows on the south side of the access.  Full blown easy chair.   You found a commode on Big Rice?  It might be handy to know that is. 😉 
    • Wanderer
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    • Kettle
      Where is this chair??? I found a hospital commode made into a chair on a shoreline, is that it???
    • monstermoose78
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    • smurfy
      nope...fish dont wanna bit on what i already got.........to bad!!!!!!!!!🤣 besides icehawk dont post no more so i never know when he's cleanout his tackle box with new stuff!!! 🤣🤗 
    • monstermoose78
      Anyone else finding some cool plastics for this winter? I am always looking for new plastics or colors. Please share of you find some.
    • monstermoose78
      Took Finn over to my dad’s pond and there was one beautiful drake wood-duck on the far end of the pond. It flew off but we waited to see if any came back Saturday night. 
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