Lake Gogebic, Gogebic County

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9/18/13 @ 6:27 PM
FISHING REPORT
Barry Drews
Barry (Bear) Drews
USER since 3/20/09
Lake Gogebic fishing has changed very little this week. Very few anglers are out on the water. Grouse season is now open and many are spending time in the woods. Walleye are still hitting crawlers,leeches, and minnows fished in deep water and in the remaining weed beds. Perch has been slow and smallies are still hitting near any edges and break lines with harder bottom. Best of luck in the woods and on the water! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort. 906-842-3361

(906) 842-3361
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9/11/13 @ 6:47 PM
FISHING REPORT
Barry Drews
Barry (Bear) Drews
USER since 3/20/09
Lake Gogebic walleye continue to be caught in great numbers! Expect to find lots of smaller fish as they have been very active. Use crawlers in 20 to 25ft or leeches in 9 to 12ft. Perch are a bit hit and miss, but concentrate on 6 to 8ft using crawlers. Smallmouth are moving deeper near weed lines and points. Minnows are also beginning to work well, so be flexible at this time of year. Cooler weather is forecast later this week which may improve the bite for the larger fish! Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361

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9/3/13 @ 10:53 AM
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Barry Drews
Barry (Bear) Drews
USER since 3/20/09
Lake Gogebic fishing has been improving! Walleye anglers drifting or trolling night crawlers in 20ft. to 26ft. are catching great numbers of fish once again! Expect to catch lots of shorts. Leeches fished in or near the weed edges from 9ft. to 12ft. are catching both walleye and smallmouth. Perch action has been best using crawlers in 6 to 8ft. in the weeds. Expect some action to to be seen using minnows at this time as the bite will be changing from the standard crawlers and leeches to fall minnow patterns. Reminder the Lake Gogebic Area Chamber of Commerce Annual fall Walleye tournament is coming quickly Sept. 6,7, and 8th. Best of luck to all! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361

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9/2/13 @ 9:32 AM
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YooperJim
YooperJim
USER since 8/29/13

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F
Went out yesterday,finally cooled off enough to enjoy the day. Tons of small walleye,and a few untargeted perch. Only one nice keeper 20 1/2. Trolling harnesses on the bottom 17-22 feet. The way it's been this summer,it was nice just to keep busy with the small eye's.

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8/27/13 @ 11:57 AM
watspan
watspan
USER since 8/3/12
I made my first 2 trips in June--used perch colored cranks and lindy rigs w/ leeches. lots of 10-14" 'eyes

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8/26/13 @ 12:29 PM
diesels77
diesels77
USER since 8/26/13
Will be there 8-30 - 9-2 hoping to here a good report also?

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8/25/13 @ 7:28 PM
ifishiam02
ifishiam02
USER since 4/24/05
heading up to Lake Gogebic next week. I have never fished the lake before and would like to ask if anyone would be willing to share what key colors, baits, methods I should key in on so that I can bring the right gear for the job. I want to target Walleye and Perch. Thanks in advance to anyone that is willing to share a little insight.

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8/20/13 @ 10:44 AM
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Barry Drews
Barry (Bear) Drews
USER since 3/20/09
Lake Gogebic fishing has improved some this week. Anglers have seen increased action with many undersize. Walleye have been hitting leeches most anywhere, weeds or mud. Anglers trolling night crawlers over the mud are doing well with mixed reports from great to poor? Just need to find them! Smallmouth and Northern have been fairly active near any edges and weed lines. Best of luck. Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361

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8/15/13 @ 7:05 PM
FISHING REPORT
Barry Drews
Barry (Bear) Drews
USER since 3/20/09
Lake Gogebic fishing has not changed .Anglers continue to work weeds in 6ft. to 10ft. for walleye and perch using crawlers and leeches. Deeper weed lines are producing some nice smallmouth and pike. Crawler harness rigs worked on bottom in 24ft. to 30ft. are producing a few nice catches of walleye. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361

(906) 842-3361
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8/14/13 @ 8:26 AM
Chiltonhead
Chiltonhead
USER since 6/27/11
Hey Bear..That leaves a few more for me in Sept.! see ya' then for bait...

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