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Cadderly
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2/17/12 4:29 PM CST
I don't know about this year but I was up there this time last year and the walleye bite died about two hours after dark. We stayed out until 1am one night and never had a flag after 8:00. That makes for a boring time.

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Mr Mom
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2/17/12 12:18 PM CST
Heading up first sat in March cant remember all the regs on helmets.I know you have to have one for snowmobile do you need one for 4-wheelers? Also what about trail pass or something like that for 4 wheelers.Have to wait and see what the conditions are if i can even use 4 wheeler.Do you have to have helment period,i am staying at a cabin on the east shore right on the lake south of bergland bay.Last year we went in early Feb did good on eyes but only 1 perch.This will be the 4th time in 4years perch bite keeps going down hill trying later in the year see how that works.Thanks for any help.

crapps
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2/17/12 7:46 AM CST
We didn't give it much time after dark but I do remember it slowing down quite a bit at last light. Main reason we didn't stick it out late was the weather that weekend and the slush. Give it a try and see what happens. Good luck!

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2/16/12 6:16 PM CST
thank you for the info Crapps, i will have flags set up and plan to move around a lot jiggin. You ever try night fishing? I plan to do the majority of my fishing the last hr of light till a couple hrs into dark.

crapps
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2/16/12 7:55 AM CST
PanfishPete,

Fishing is usually very good for walleyes right in the bay you are staying in (Bergland Bay). Find some weed patches in 5-10 FOW and you will catch walleyes. Not sure if they will be keepers but you should get some action on tip-ups. Last time we fished there a couple years ago my buddy was nailing small walleyes on a jigging rapala one after another. Typical sundown last hour bite. We struggled to find keepers but had a blast chasing flags! Most of the walleyes were about 13-14.5 inches.

Crapps

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2/16/12 1:07 AM CST
coming up tomorrow evening to stay until sunday. Staying at timbers resort in bergland i believe it is. We will mostly be snowmobiling but also have to get some fishing in since im right on the lake. Have never fished this lake before, looking for any info that anybody would be willing to share or maybe somebody would like to meet? Thank you for any info in advance, its greatly appreciated.

Pete

GaryDee
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2/15/12 7:29 AM CST
Conditions: Snowing Air Temp: 6° - 10° F
We fished there this past weekend. It was very windy and cold and only managed to catch a few small eyes (8"). As far as driving out on the lake we didn't see anyone and with the slush I wouldn't recommend it at all. Good luck fishing guys Smile

walleyeslayer2727
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2/14/12 2:34 PM CST
Still wondering if any trucks have been on the lake? Or attempted to go on the lake?

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2/12/12 2:42 PM CST
hi I was wondering if someone could help me out with some guide information. I'm looking to come the weekend of the 25th and fishing for perch preferably but walleye would also be nice. any information would be greatly appreciated thanks Smile

BARRY DREWS
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2/10/12 7:35 AM CST
Lake Gogebic fishing continues to be on the slow side. A few jumbo perch are coming from 24 to 28 ft. using wigglers but the bite is still hit or miss in various locations with no definite hot spot. Walleye are responding well to jigging rapalas tipped with a minnow but are still on the small side, with the larger fish being less aggressive. The walleye bite has been better in 7 to 10ft. during low light conditions. Ice travel is good with the slush areas firming up with the cold temps. A front is coming in today with colder weather and snow the next 3 days so this may trigger some more activity over the weekend.Best of luck to all!


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walleyeslayer2727
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2/6/12 12:29 PM CST
Still wondering if anybody has driven a truck out off of the east side landing or anywhere on the lake...?? Is the snow too deep for a truck? Any information would be great.

Thank you!

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2/6/12 12:09 PM CST
heading up to Lake Gogebic this weekend, could anyone help me out on where are a few good spots to fish? personal message me through Lake Link if you can.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

walleyeslayer2727
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2/3/12 2:11 PM CST
Has anybody attempted driving a truck out this last week or is the snow too deep?

walleyeslayer2727
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2/2/12 1:50 PM CST
Can you tell me if any trucks have been driving off of the East Side landing?

Also, about how much is found in the middle?

BARRY DREWS
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2/2/12 11:15 AM CST
Lake Gogebic conditions have been good. Watch for slush in a few areas, mostly near any pressure cracks. Walleye action has been slow on the keeper side with most of the action coming from undersize fish. Some good reports have come from 30ft. depths on some nice size eyes. The Perch activity continues to be very hit and miss with no definite patterns other than fishing the mud with wigglers. They seem to be scattered and somewhat finicky! Best of luck to all!


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