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Hey there just wondering if anybodies been out on superior recently and feels like giving a report, please do. Me and my family are going out on sunday and we're agetting pretty antsy, and info would be appriciated.

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Hit the pond last Friday evening and all day last Sunday. Friday had great action in 80 to 120 FOW off Duluth entry out to WI line. Put two nice walleyes in the box that were both caught on a fire tiger shad rap out 175' on a flatline right on top of the Wilson wreck, a 20" coho that came 40' down in 115 FOW on a yellow/black spoon, and a 21" laker that came on a blue white herring dodger acme spoon that was on a slider rig. Lost one nice coho and a real nice laker at the boat (my 6 yr old is still learning the ropes on the whole netting thing) and had a nice king take 4 runs on me with a real nice aerial show before he broke the line off in the port downrigger cable. Sunday we went out to 140 FOW off the pump station and again had a nice king break the line after two jumps and run into the lower unit on the boat. Lost another 3 lakers due to netting or the spoon pulling out at the boat. Put three lakers in the box 34", 26", and a 20". All came on a green/prism NK spoon set at 50' over 120 FOW. Surface temps were between 65 and 61 and we were running between 2.0 and 2.8 mph.

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Last week about thursday the lake started turning over. Then fishing got tough. Now the last 3 days of hard east wind has put some warmer water back here on top and the fish have moved back down. Fishing was pretty good today. Wind forecast doesnt look good though. Good luck out there.

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Guys if your looking for a current fishing report you can always check my site. I try to update it about once a week.

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I WAS OUT LAST SATURDAY, VERY EARLY AM. TWO HARBORS N.E FISHED THE THREE MILE BANK AND THE HOE'S WHERE BITING.

THE MOUTH OF THE STUART IS WHERE THE FISH SEEM TO BE.

THAT'S AROUND 1/2 MILE EAST OF THE TRIB.

HERE'S A HINT. FLASHER ( PEARLE ) HOWIE GLOW FLIES GREEN BEAD, 45' OUT VARRY THE DEPTH. USED CARLSON FLUTTER GLOW SPOONS AS TEASERS ON THE TOP OF THE STACK AND PICKED UP A FEW. TROLL SPEED WAS 2.5 - 2.8

ONLY REAL THING TO REMEMBER IS THAT THE WATER IS YOUR STRUCTURE NOT THE BOTTOM. THE SILVERS WHERE SUSSPENDED AT 35' TO 40' GOOD LUCK , SEE YOU ON THE H20.

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