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KidWalleye

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KidWalleye

I was wondering if someone on Red could post when their letting 4-wheelers out. Thanks Kid

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Quackaddict9

yeah someone will when they have their 1st fishing reports.

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big fish 21

in a week they figure i'd call first but they said a week

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KidWalleye

Thanks Fish, wouldn't you know it work has picked up again. I had the last three weeks off and now I have too much work. go figure. confused.gifmad.gif

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kelly-p

Hillman's was last weekend but call them to check before driving up here.

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Craig_S

Hey Kelly_P! I just got done doing drills with my new Otter Lodge. Me and Kiddo will be styling in a couple of weeks. Find the highway! And look for us at mile marker "nobody's been there".

Married is good? I think so. It's just tough staying that way. Sometimes. Ya know.

Craig

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kelly-p

Hello Craig, I lost your e-mail drop me a line someday. Go west, way west until the crowds are just specks. grin.gifgrin.gif

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RogersResort

I have been on the lake all week, here on the south side we have 8 inches of ice more than a mile out past that I have been finding 6 inches here and there. The so called storm left us some nice drifts on the lake and along with the rain that preceded it should make for some tough sledding, you probably would be better off with a snowmobile. Just my opinion…

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Legend

So outsider how is the bite.

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RogersResort

I don’t know, I have been busy drilling holds and checking ice thickness, chiseling cracks, moving out houses, marking out roads, taking care of a very sick friend and just getting things ready for the next couple of weeks. Maybe sometime in the next few days I will get a chance to wet a line, we have had a few fishermen out there the past few days but about all they could find are a few walleyes. smile.gif

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pike fisher 02

hey outsider has anyone tried for northerns up on the south shore we were thinking about coming up to try spearing is the water clear this year thanks in advance

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RogersResort

I finally got to wet a line, unfortunately that is all I did, I never even marked a fish frown.gif , hopefully I will get to redeem myself soon.

Normally the water is to cloudy here for spearing, it usually is much better over by the Tamarack River side, stop and ask Shorty Hillman at Hillmans Store in Waskish, he would know where.

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hip_hop_fisherman

Heading up to Red today to make the first venture out of the year, hopefully we can at least mark a fish crazy.gif Will be going out of Rogers. Anyone else heading up stop by for a chat, will be fishing out of a clam fish trap with a Cat 4 wheeler!

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Pikester

Awesome, let us know how you do. Thanks

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hip_hop_fisherman

No crappies found. A few walleyes and a perch were all we could manage. 2 miles out with the wheeler. There was only two other groups fishing out there from what I saw.

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