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February 27, 2018

It is hard to believe that it's already closing in on March, and we are patiently awaiting spring and summer. The game fish season closed on Sunday, the 25th and many anglers will pack away their winter rods and focus their thoughts on open water, while others are just getting started. The month of March is a great time to target crappies, bluegills , and tullibees, and fishing has been good. Panfish are being found in shallow weed flats and deer water basins on Star, Big Pine, Marion, Dead, Rush, Height of Land, and many other area lakes. Tullibees are being target and caught on any lake the exist in, and the deepest basins of the lake are a great spot to start. 

With the calendar turning to March, do not forget anglers need new fishing licenses, for the 2017 license will expire on February 28th. 

With the warm weather we are having, it is extremely...

February 1, 2018

It is hard to believe it is already the first of February, but we look back and have been blessed with a solid ice fishing winter so far. As like many other winters, walleye fishing has slowed down a bit compared to the last 2 months. Fishermen are still having luck in 14-26 feet of water on Big Pine, Little Pine, Ottertail and Rush, and are seeing a majority of the walleyes being caught on a shinner or sucker minnow on a dead stick or under a bobber. Majority of the fish are being caught in the low light conditions of morning and evening, with the occasional walleye coming in the middle of the day. With a little under a month left to chase walleyes before the season closes until May, now is a great time to get out and try a new spot or possibly a new lake.

Although walleye season closes at the end of the month, we are looking ahead to the best couple months...

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