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DeMars50
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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

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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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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.

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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?

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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?

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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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1/25/12 1:12 PM CST
The post below said 2 more feet of snow. So i doubt trucks or even 4 wheelers are okay. Its rare when U can drive a truck out here. So I would plan on sleds or hoofing it.

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1/25/12 12:23 PM CST
How much ice is there and how much snow/slush is on top? Wondering if people are driving vehicles or just atv's and sleds.

Any info. is appreciated.

Thanks

BARRY DREWS
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1/24/12 8:40 PM CST
Lake Gogebics fishing has improved some but not great. Walleye seem to be responding best to sucker minnows in the evening with the most aggressive being on the small side. Both suckers and jigging rapalas fished in the deeper areas in 25 to 27ft. are seeing a few less but better size. Perch continue to be hit and miss, but a few nice jumbo`s using wigglers in the deeper water also. Lake travel has been good, but we have seen 15 to 20 inches of new snow the last couple days. Good luck!


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BARRY DREWS
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1/19/12 4:23 PM CST
Lake Gogebic fishing has not changed much this week. Reports are still very slow, not many fishermen and not a lot of action. Evening and early morning are working best mostly in the 8 to 11ft. range. Most activity has been from the small Walleye with a keeper every now and then. Others have moved to the deeper water over 25ft. searching for both Perch and Walleye with similar results. Sucker minnows on tip ups and Rapalas jigged off bottom for Walleye and wigglers fished near bottom over the mud have produced a few Perch. Travel has been good on most areas with a few areas with slush. Severe cold temps and winds are keeping some anglers off the ice now. The cold temps are predicted into the weekend. Best of luck!


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BARRY DREWS
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1/10/12 4:11 PM CST
Lake Gogebic fishing has been on the slow side this past week. The weather has been unseasonably warm and conditions great, but very few anglers are out .Ice conditions are good and travel is good. Snowmobiles and even atv`s are even working well in most areas of the lake. The Walleye have been hit and miss, but still providing the most action. Perch have been slow. but a few nice jumbo`s reported. Many anglers are moving to the deeper water now over 25ft. Weather forecast shows much colder temps. and more snow in the forecast wed. thru fri. Best of luck! and good fishin!


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1/3/12 9:47 PM CST
Dick from WI -

Regarding bag limits - the regulations say "Possession Limit: In addition to one (1) day’s daily possession limit of fish, a person may possess an additional two (2) daily possession limits of fish taken during previous fishing days provided that the additional limits of fish are processed (canned, cured by smoking or drying, or frozen)."

I realize you are ice fishing so you may get the filets to a frozen state and meet the letter of the law by your second day. I personally would separate the first day catch and have them packed in a cooler, frozen of course, wrapped and dated, and in your vehicle separate from your second day catch that you are working on. You do not want any confusion to which fish were taken on the first day vs. the second day if a warden were to question when the fish were taken and if they meet the requirements of being "processed".

DickfromWis
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1/3/12 6:01 PM CST
Sorry not a fish report. I'm trying to get information on the bag limits. I plan on coming up saturday and staying overnight on the ice saturday night and fishing sunday. My question is can we keep a bag limit from the day before and fish the next day or do we have to fillet them and eat them saturday? Not quite sure how it works. Thanks

BARRY DREWS
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1/3/12 2:35 PM CST
Lake Gogebic ice fishermen have been doing ok. The recent weather has kept many anglers of the ice the past few days but reports before the storm were good. Anglers continue to catch Walleye on suckers and jigging in 8 to 12 ft. Also some are doing well in the deeper areas in the 26 ft. range using the same methods. Perch have been hit and miss with a few nice catches using wigglers, but most have been concentrating on the Walleye. Ice conditions have changed with the recent heavy snows around 2ft. in the last few days. Expect to find slush in some areas and near shore. Use caution when traveling as there are a few ice heaves on the lake and this can change from day to day. Best of luck!


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