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THE BAIT SHOP GUY
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12/5/10 11:54 AM CST
Anyone been by the ponds lately? Just wondering if they've iced over yet? I would think so by now. Looking at the long range forecast, it seems like next weekend may be the time for the first trip out on the ice.

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8/12/10 3:48 PM CST
Lost@C....I've been out here with my kids a few times in the last few weeks...The scenery is still as beautiful as it ever was; sorry I don't have a digital camera to upload any pics...and the fishing is as usual; hundreds of small sunfish and small bass. This is about the only place my kids will fish at because they don't have to be patient for a bite! Still a great place to be to enjoy some outdoor serenity!

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8/12/10 11:18 AM CST
not a report, anyone been out here lately? am pretty sure there have been lake linkers out here, but no reports. just want to hear how you are doing there, haven't been there since october, and might not make it there this summer, just want a taste of how it is there. maybe a few pics too . kinda jonzin to be there if not for the fishing at least for the awesome scenery! thanks lost

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6/30/10 10:50 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
..Stepdad hadn't been out fishing yet this year, and he wanted to spend a few hours out here...as usual, loads of fish. Went thru 120 redworms, probably caught 150+ panfish...could't even fish 2 poles...only 4 "keepers": 9" perch, 11.25" perch, 8" 'gill, and 10" crappie. How does a body of water support so many dinks and so few quality fish???? Overpopulation perhaps??? Nice night anyway! Tight lines!!!

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6/21/10 6:41 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished Saturday worked the whole shore line......Crank baits.......Worms for blue gills......Lots of small bass one keeper gill.Nordic God

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6/19/10 10:24 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
...fished East Pond for a few hours this evening...as usual, MASS amounts of LM Bass & panfish ('gills, crappie, perch). No quality fish, just numbers...an EXCELLENT place to bring kids and teach them how to fish. No patience required here!

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6/17/10 7:24 PM CST
Teichin 6969...... If you haven't been here in that many years, you will be heartbroken if you try for walleye here anymore. These ponds used to be the best walleye fishing I have ever experienced, however, times have changed. Ponds are overrun with small bass and bluegill. There are still walleye in here, but NOTHING NEAR what it used to be! Good Luck!

teichin6969
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6/11/10 8:03 AM CST
I used to fish these ponds with my dad about 18years ago, it was a real pain to get back to them, we used to catch some real nice walleyes out there my personal best 27 1/2" i was about 11 years old, anybody have any luck on walleyes out there any more?

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6/6/10 1:59 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished the ponds Friday and Saturday. Caught dozens of small Bass and small blue gills. The Bass way too small to keep and the blue gills were all 3 inches. In most places you could get out and walk on the clouds of Bluegills. Are there any Crappies to be had here ? Sad

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5/31/10 10:02 PM CST
How many "guides" are there in Felch?

aoknordicgod
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5/29/10 7:44 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Bass hitting hard on plastic or leeches.best bite early morning.I would say Crowbait is the best guide in Felch.Nordic God

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1/6/10 9:42 PM CST
Been making the four plus hour trip up a couple times a year for maybe 6 years. The fishing isn't what it was when it was a real challenge. What I really enjoyed is during the week it was like a little Canada... Loons, decent fishing and isolated. Wish I was lucky enough to live in the area to have more time to look for another water like this... guess I'll be on the search the next couple trips.

TKfishes
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1/3/10 10:59 PM CST
hey i agree with the fact more ppl will be out there but the road aint that nice now its not bad but thats the snow cover. sorry i cant say here were i fish on em and i wont unless i know you real good but there aint much good fishin left i need some help finding the big ones too seems like they just dont exsist ne more

alumacraft150
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1/2/10 9:11 PM CST
Ice Depth: 10"
All i can say is that with all the improvements to the roads and boat launches is that it will make it easier for people to access the lakes. Anytime they make it easier for access the fishing goes way down. Alot of people i know liked that it was rural and hard to get to lakes. Doesn't anybody like a challenge anymore. It was a little piece of heaven to some but i guess everybody wants the easiest way. Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad They might as well fill them up with carp. At least there will be something to catch in the ponds!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1/1/10 4:02 PM CST
Ice Depth: 6" Conditions: Snowing Air Temp: 11° - 15° F
I fished the west pond today for about 2 hours. Could not buy a bite! Then fished the North pond. There were about 10 to 15 people on the ice. Still, I could not buy a bite. I saw fish on the vexilar and could get them to rise up to the bait but couldn't make them go. I could see other people catching fish but not me. I tried waxies, plastics, gulp, minnows, spoons, and puppet minnow. NOTHING WORKED! I don't like fishing too close to others so I was maybe 25 yards away from the nearest shack. I was basically in the same area as the majority of the fishermen. I drilled maybe 12 holes and tried 22 - 18 fow. Why did I not catch any fish? Please help! Sad

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