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Lake Superior out of Grand Marais


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I will be up in Grand Marais next week and would like to go out on Superior. I've fished the Duluth area quite a bit, I'm curious to know if anyone has any insight on fishing the Grand Marais area.

Any current info such as water temps would be helpful.

Thanks,

HCRider

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Hey HC, welcome to the club. Inland or Lake Superior fishing?

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Fishing Junky,

Lake Superior is my primary interest. Although if it is too windy for my 17-foot Alumacraft, I might try Gunflint for lakers.

Thanks for any info you can send my way.

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Wish I could help you out on the Lakers. I'm a diehard walleye guy here. Hopefully Gunflint can give ya some insight. Surface temp on Sag yesterday was 73 degrees, I know it's no help on the big lake. Good luck to ya. Junky....

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I was on Gunflint Trolling purple spoons with two people last weekend. We caught two trout. One went about 7 pounds. We where trolling with poor mans down riggers near the shoreline about 30 -40 feet down.

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bump....anyone fish Lake Superior out of Grand Marais, that can offer some advice?

HC

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We were out on the 7/8. Went approx. 5 miles east, where there are several rivers coming into the lake (just east of 5 mile rock). We were in approx. 200 ft. of water, and found the fish between 120 and 140 ft.

We've also gone west out of the harbor, approx. 4 miles (just east of the rock island). There is a ledge out there that drops from 60 to 150 ft.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for the info, that will be helpful to know when I'm up there in a couple of days.

HC

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