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Who is going Where for Opener??

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swedishpimple

Saturday I will be going to my secret spot. Sunday is wide open from Turtle River Lake, Winnie, Blackduck or Bemidji. Will have to wait and see.

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woodman

Kitchi, Federal Dam, Blackduck are the lakes of choice this weekend. Here Fishy Fishy grin.gif

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Scott M

How much parking space is in the Blackduck public access?

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gowhenyoucan

Water temps are particularly cold this year with the late ice out. Look for shallow lakes with a good population of walleye. Small, shallow water lakes will be the ticket as they will be four or five degrees warmer than the larger, more popular haunts on opener. This means more bites and that means more fish in the boat! Also, traditional wisdom says that the north end will hold the warmest water so start there if everything else is equal. Good luck and fish SLOW.

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woodman

About 20 rigs can park in there. I have seen them lined up past the Gold Course also, so be early to get a close parking spot. grin.gif

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    • Borch
      Sounds like a blast!  My time has shifted to turkey hynting prep.  So it looks like I'm done despite good ice conditions.  But I'm a bit jealous of you all.
    • smurfy
      One thing I'd like to add, they live about 2 miles north of remer on hwy 6.
    • Brandon Klatt
      Went up to Knife lake today to see if i could find some slab crappies. After drilling countless holes and only 1 crappie to show for it was thinking about packing it in. Then i notice a mark 1ft under the ice, bam a nice 12in slab. fished 2:45-8pm, bite was good 6:30-8.  Caught a good amount of crappies, key was to be 6-8ft of water and most fish were 1-4ft down. All crappies were released, with how hard this lake gets its nice to see there's still slabs in there and wish the DNR would put a 5 crappie limit on the lake, even down to 3 would be great. 
    • leech~~
      I think Duff has been hacked? He's replying to posts over a year old now?
    • smurfy
      You might be fighting for room with all the geese ducks and swans!!
    • smurfy
      Gobsmacked?!!
    • smurfy
      Check out weezie outdoors. They guide bear, and all kind of things. I know they hunt Winnie for ducks. They also supply a dog if needed. They also do fish guiding. They have a website also.
    • Cliff Wagenbach
      We always called them wing-dings! I also learned that trick on LOW. Very tasty!! Cliff
    • phishslayer
      Anyone know how the lakes are doing in the Madison Lake area? Still fishable? Ice pulling away from shore yet?
    • biff
      The big storm last weekend blew a lot of ice into shore around the park point area...the south pier was closed again and there is ice piled up around the pier...not good for the coho fishing off the pier and not good for the smelting off the point. At least the weather is going to be in the 50's for awhile it looks like.