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1ylekiot
1ylekiot
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5/10/12 5:32 AM CST
just wondering what the water temp might be or any tips on where to start looking for fish with this opener being so late compared to normal ice out. i am thinking they could very well be in there summer pattern but i do not know the water temp until i know i will not be able to figure out where to get started next week.

crapps
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3/28/12 2:56 PM CST
I have not tried it myself but the weeds in Bergland Bay would be a great place to start. It can be an intimidating body of water for sure! Tough lake to fish with wind of any kind!

walleyeslayer2727
walleyeslayer2727
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3/28/12 10:15 AM CST
Where would a guy even begin to target perch from a boat? Depth?

Shoreline?

Appreciate any help.

Thanks again

rwojo
rwojo
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3/24/12 10:56 PM CST
Hi, looking at possibly coming up in the next week or so and wonder how the perch bite was?

BARRY DREWS
BARRY DREWS
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FISHING REPORT
3/18/12 2:01 PM CST
Lake Gogebic ice fishing has come to an end. As of today 3-18-12 there are a few anglers on the ice, but it is no longer safe, this will be the last. Temps in the 70`s have brought a quick end to the season. The Lake Gogebic Area Chamber of Commerce wishes to thank all of you winter sports fans for visiting our area this past winter! Remember to purchase your new fishing lic. As the old expire March 31st. The Walleye opener will be May 15th for the open water season and the annual Chamber Spring Walleye contest will be May 19th and 20th , please call 1-888-464-3242 or www.lakegogebicarea for more info. Best of luck to all and think spring is here!!! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361


Bear's Nine Pines Resort
(906) 842-3361
BARRY DREWS
BARRY DREWS
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FISHING REPORT
3/14/12 6:31 PM CST
Lake Gogebic late ice season has arrived! Reports of 16 to 18 inches of ice with areas of slush and water on top. Most areas of the main lake have drained off and is allowing 4- wheeler travel but shoreline areas are deteriorating. Warm weather is forecast over the next week so no telling how long it will last. Walleye season will close March 15th. Angler activity is very quiet, but some nice jumbo perch are being found. Remember this report is NOT!!! A guarantee of ice safety, but only a report of current conditions. Please check locally before heading out as conditions can change quickly at this time of year!!! Best of luck.


Bear's Nine Pines Resort
(906) 842-3361
cowski
cowski
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FISHING REPORT
3/6/12 4:26 PM CST
Gogebic Lodge Tournament was this past Saturday. 98 folks registered to fish. 1 12 pound northern and 3 very small perch caught. Had to be an off day. Lots of slush out there. If you hit it don't slown down some patches are quite deep and large.

knight
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FISHING REPORT
3/6/12 1:04 PM CST
I think a quad with tracks will be fine. The tracks provide alot of surface area. I suggest you put a cover on your towable shack if you have one or it will be full of slush and snow from the tracks. Fishing was slow this past weekend with some nice ones caught, but overall quite slow.

salmon jumper
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3/6/12 11:42 AM CST
hey guys, i'm coming up this weekend, staying at labrador point. and wondering if a quad with tracks would be ok with all the snow and slush? on th eother hand, how is the fishing? looking to get some walleyes and or perch, maybe even some smallies. any tips on what they're biting on or what you guys like to do- move around, or stay put? thanks, SJ Smile

salmon jumper
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3/6/12 11:42 AM CST
hey guys, i'm coming up this weekend, staying at labrador point. and wondering if a quad with tracks would be ok with all the snow and slush? on th eother hand, how is the fishing? looking to get some walleyes and or perch, maybe even some smallies. any tips on what they're biting on or what you guys like to do- move around, or stay put? thanks, SJ Smile

knight
knight
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FISHING REPORT
3/6/12 11:16 AM CST
Forget about the quad!!! You will not get 100 feet! Snowmobiles only and even they are getting stuck. Probably a foot of wet snow and slush. Wear tall waterproof boots! One of our guys got a soaker this past weekend in his Rockies when the slush went over the top. gunt he snowmobile when you see a slush pocket int he snow or you will bog down!

pure_joker
pure_joker
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3/6/12 8:42 AM CST
Hey guys, I'm heading up this weekend and was wondering how the lake travel may be this weekend with the warmer temps coming up? I've got a snowmobile but would rather use the quad if possible since it's better set up for hauling my gear/portable. I think I know the answer but was hoping for some input from someone who may be a bit closer to the actual conditions on the lake. Thanks in advance.

Percheye slayer
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3/1/12 10:32 PM CST
We are heading up for the next few days to do some perch fishing. Anyone have any suggestions on where to catch some perch and what to use? If they are very hard to catch what do the locals use to incise the bite? Any help is mach appreciated. Is there any special type of jigs or spoons I should bring? I heard porcupine point. Is this so? Thanks again!

BARRY DREWS
BARRY DREWS
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FISHING REPORT
2/28/12 2:28 PM CST
Lake Gogebic fishing has been fair at best with little changes. Ice travel is definitely snowmobile. Recent heavy snow with more on its way as we speak. Expect slush under that snow in the less traveled areas. Both perch and walleye continue to produce mixed reports on success and depth ranges. Best advice is to remain mobile and explore more than one area to locate some active fish. The perch anglers have been marking fish but are still finicky! So move on and look for more active fish. Best of luck!


Bear's Nine Pines Resort
(906) 842-3361
Mr Mom
Mr Mom
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2/28/12 8:24 AM CST
Cotton Eye heading up early thur morning.How was the travel on the lake? Talked to some people last night and they said that they had almost 18ins snow and no buddy on the lake. We are staying on the east shore abou t 2miles north on 8 mile bay.They said they are going to get up to 20 ins of new snow with this next storm.We have snowmobiles just worried about the deep snow.Was there alot of people fishing? Thanks for any info.

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