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YBONE
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2/8/13 5:09 PM CST
http://www.upnorth.info/webcams/lake%20gogebic%20michigan%20web%20cam.htm

Here's a link to a "by-the-minute" webcam from the Hoop n Holler which is on the north end of the lake. Sleds only at this point.

[This post was last edited on 2/8/13 at 5:10 PM]
walleyeslayer2727
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2/8/13 2:19 PM CST
How deep is the snow?

Can a 4 wheeler make it okay?

How about a truck?

Ice thickness?

Thanks for your help.

FishinGirl012
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2/4/13 7:57 PM CST
Heading up there this weekend and just wondering what the lake travel is like and how much snow is on the lake. Speechless

JHave
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2/4/13 4:37 PM CST
Icemaster 2 of them are just shy of 15inches the smallest was 13

icemaster101
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2/4/13 8:00 AM CST
Jhave how big are those perch? They look like dandys.

Full-Time Fishing
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2/3/13 8:45 AM CST
I was wondering what boatlanding would be the easiest access to walk out onto the lake to icefish? I will be walking out, pulling my portable shanty so I'm looking to hopefully not have to walk too far to get onto some perch. maybe 15-20 feet of water. any info you can message me or post on page please. CPR the bigger females only maybe keep a few smaller males. thanks

JHave
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2/2/13 4:18 PM CST
U should do well Gash as long as u fish deeper water,the weather is going to warm up next week so it should be not to bad fishing.

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GASH BOY
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2/2/13 10:15 AM CST
Thanks crapps! Let ya know how we do. Just hopen she gets acouple of them hog perch!!! Big Smile

crapps
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2/1/13 7:48 AM CST
Gash,

In my experience on Gogebic, natural colors seem to work best. I have tried bright colors and glow but brown and white with a wiggler seems to work as well as anything else. Fish SLOWLY in about 25 ft of water. I have a daughter too and I wish you luck!

Crapps

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2/1/13 5:57 AM CST
Coming up on saturday the 9th and tenth. Bringing my 14 year old daughter and stayn at nine pines. I was just wondering if any certain color jigs are working better? And how deep is the snow? i dnt have a snowmobile so we will be walking. Ant other tips to make this a good trip would be helpful. Thanks!! Big Smile

BARRY DREWS
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FISHING REPORT
1/31/13 10:57 AM CST
Lake Gogebic fishing has been fair. Expect stable mid winter patterns and a fair bite. Lake conditions include lots of snow, snowmobile travel is best, watch for slush and several ice heaves on the lake. Jumbo perch action has been good in the 22 to 26ft depths using wigglers over the mud right on bottom. Walleye continue to produce best during low light conditions from 9 to 18ft. jigging rapalas and using sucker minnows on tip ups. Anglers are reporting some good fish yet, but are seeing more action from the short walleye, so have fun! Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361


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JHave
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1/26/13 7:47 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 16° - 20° F
Perch where active again today,first off was darn near stuck with rhino in snow drift so i had to walk out to where i was going to fish.I lost some good fishing time but stil caught enought.So if coming off east shore i would recommend snowmobile,its drifted for about 100 yards on the lake.

JHave
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1/26/13 6:10 AM CST
Todd u dont need a trail permit to ride on the lake as long as your sled is registered, and no there are no plowed roads on the lake.People been getting around on the lake with atvs and snowmobiles just watch out for the pressure cracks on the lake.Perch been biting in the 25 to 30 fow range.

toddski
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1/25/13 7:33 PM CST
my snowmobile is registered in wisconsin do i need a trail permit to drive on lake thanks

Full-Time Fishing
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1/25/13 7:24 PM CST
i was just wondering if anyone plows roads out on lake, and what some recent ice depths/conditions are. how has the perch bite been and what depths they might be biting at. any info please message me or post on page thanks alot... catch and release these bigger female perch, only keep those average males. Cool

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