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Can anyone tell me if there is any access close to Holman's Point. I don't have a four wheeler or snowmobile. If Gull has enough ice I'll drive but otherwise my wife and I'll will be walking. I'd appreciate the help from someone.

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I believe that the Hole in the Day landing off of TH 371 is the closest landing. I do not know of any little secret access like the Kubes access on the west side of the lake that are around Holman's Point.

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Holmans is walking distance from the Hwy 371 Hole in the Day access. Travel light, it is a little bit of a jaunt. You are looking at a walk from 1/2 to 3/4 of a mile out to the point. Try fishing deeper water 30-45 feet, it has been pretty good lately.

Jason Erlandson

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Would that be the access by Mud Lake? Oh and thanks for the reply. Is the ice good enough to drive out to the point? We'll be up in a couple of weekends.

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The access is located off of Cty Rd 115 just south of where Gull runs along side Hwy 371.

Jason Erlandson

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I fished it with a couple of guys this morning, 13 inches of ice and some perch is the report. We left at 8:15 in search of a better spot and that didn't produce either. Could have been the anglers, but we'll say it was a tough day. Saw one huge northern on the camera. At least it appeared to be.

Nowalleyedan

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Thanks Jason and Nowalleye Dan (ha,ha,ha). I appreciate the help. I'll stop in and talk more when I get bait. I know you had a tough day Dan but is the dead stick still producing the bigger walleye?

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Plano,

I would say yes. Golden shiners, big ones.

Good luck,

Walleyedan (most of the time)

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It seems like most walleyes are in a negative mood. I recommend a plain colored hook and a shiner or a big fathead even. Seems like the better fish have been a little turned off by more active jigging type baits.

Jason Erlandson

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