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It's been cold out here in lakes country but the bite remains hot.  If you have braved the cold and made your way out chances are you were rewarded with a decent bite.   We have been finding fish relating heavily to healthy green weeds.   I've been utilizing small tungsten jigs tipped with waxies or eurolarva under a ultra light rod with a steady pounding cadence.   When working a tall patch of cabbage remember to drop the jig all the way to the bottom and jig your way out.   A lot of times fish that are buried in the weeds will follow you up out of the weeds.   This will trigger a strike more times than not as once you get that fish above the weeds he is now out of his cover and protection and is now prone to other predators.   He will try to grab that bait and bury himself back down in the cover.   If you find a good solid green weed edge chances are you...

January 10, 2019

Happy New Year! Hard to believe we have turned the calendar to 2019 and we are already creeping towards the middle of January. Although we got 12-15 inches of snow early this month, the lakes are surprisingly still in good shape. We are starting to see some pockets of slush, but severity varies from lake to lake. For the most part it is fairly simple to get around the lakes with a 4WD Truck , but make sure to bring a shovel!

Walleye fishing has slowed down a bit, but fish are still being caught in the  early morning and when the sun is setting on Big Pine, Little Pine, Rush, Star, and Ottertail. Fishing in 16-22 FOW on shoreline breaks, points, and mid-lake humps has been producing the best. Running shinners or suckers on a dead stick is working well when accompanied by jigging a jig with a fathead on it. We are also hearing reports of the bite picking up bet...

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