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Hoytmystic

I was just wondering if anyone has been out at the mp&l culvert or if anyone has heard anything yet.

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Kyle

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bmc

Hey Kyle,

I made it out there yesterday (Tues) and didn't catch anything. I had my duck boat out and there were another 3-4 boats out there as well. I didn't see anyone catch anything. It's goofy how they can be there one day and not the next. I know MP&L is on shut down right now, so maybe not as much warm water is being discharged and that has the fish scattered? Regardless it was still fun to get out the open water gear, boy my fly casting was ugly!!! Pauly and I made our last ice trip today and caught a few perch, but nothing to brag about. Just an FYI, the access at Little Ball Club is shot, unless you're a track star and can make the jump out onto the ice, or use a plank, but I don't hate fish that bad! grin.gif

Brian

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Esoxmn

bmc. Can you get a lager boat in if you land in Cohaset?

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Esox,

I'm 99% sure you could get to the "hot pond" if you landed by the bridge in Cohasset. Why not just use the landing by MP&L? The river looks pretty much ice free, but I'm not totally sure about the stretch from the bridge landing to the MP&L landing.

Brian

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fishuhalik

Talked to a buddy of mine that still lives up there and they're hammering the bass and sunnies. Fishing off shore right next to the culvert. You'll have to figure out how to get 'em. The sunnies I guess are AVERAGING 9". He's only been able to get 'em one way. Good luck! By the way, the biggest bass I've seen come outta here was about 24" and on a digital scale was 9.3. It was outta season so it went back. I didn't catch it but the kid that was next to us almost blew a gasket when he pulled it in.

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