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Fish Lake in Duluth???


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I haven't heard much about lake around Duluth with the exception of the Big Lake. I was wondering how Fish lake has been.

I am planing on giving it a try soon but possibly may wait until Mid September. I am wondering if someone might be able to give me some general reports as to walleye bites and if it would be better to wait until Sept. to make the trip up.

Thanks in advance.

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I will assume from the lack of info that no one has been anywhere near this lake lately. That either means that no fish are biting or that they have been active and everyone has been leaving them all to me.

Anyways I think that i will delay my trip up until Mid September so if anyone has some info or reports I would love to hear it.

Thanks...

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Fishing is slow all over the area now. Once the water starts too cool the Crappie and eyes will start to go again on fish. Mid Sept. should be ok.

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nonfishfisherman,

I was just on Fish lake last night. The fishing was very poor to say the least. It seems that Locked jaw has set in for a little bit. I plan on giving it another try next week. Maybe the news will be better then.

Take care,

Tom (BD110)

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Thanks for the info guys. It is pretty much what I expected to hear this time of year. I hope things turn around soon. Looks like mid september is looking like a good time to give it a shot. Water temps should be on the decline and the wife is out of town so no conflict in that department. Sounds promising.

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