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kdebell
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8/22/12 10:54 AM CST
Thank you for the information, I will let you know how we do next week. I take it that you were fishing weedlines to be using top water baits. We will be staying at the camp ground on Lost Land so I should have good access to both of the lakes.

TOM BOLEY
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8/21/12 4:58 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Was out on teal the other day guiding young musky addict Jensen. It was a really cold windy day and those days always bring out the best in teal. I think the first 3 or 4 spots Jensen had fish blowing up on his top water, just didn’t get any hooks in. Then I blew a big fish in the figure 8 followed by many more missed opportunities. We had to laugh at how many fish we continued to miss. We ended up with just one just short of 40 but it easily could have been a 5 fish morning. Action was on pacemakers and cowgirls.

kdebell
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8/14/12 8:56 AM CST
I will be heading to Lost Land and Teal in a couple of weeks and will be mainly musky fishing. How has the fishing been up there and does anyone have any tips for either one of the two lakes.

Thanks in advance,

Kyle

Ol Hoss
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8/2/12 4:08 PM CST
Making my return to Teal next week, I am assuming the water levels are normal to slightly higher than normal. I'll be chasing Musky, and tips or info on conditions or Musky patterns this year would be welcome. I'll be happy to return the favor with my feedback from my outing. -Ol Hoss

TOM BOLEY
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6/6/12 12:04 AM CST
Musky fishing has really been picking up. Alot of topwater action and we are starting to see alot more fish out in the main lake structure. Water temp just hit 70 today so fishing should continue to be good. We got two this morining one on top and one on a bucktail. Good Luck.

Reel_Addiction
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1/30/12 10:19 AM CST
We're headed up to the Clam Lake area this weekend. I'm interested in Fishing Teal? Can someone help me on how you access this lake in the winter?

Thanks!

grizwald
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12/18/11 12:27 AM CST
Ice Depth: 6" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: Below 40° F

 caught two pike and one eye on seven flags. saw pete and tex, but no john, thank god he is crazy. i guess he was in vilias county this week. 

grizwald
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12/14/11 7:42 PM CST
Ice Depth: 4" Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 31° - 35° F Water Temp: Below 40° F

 was set up by 3:45. caught two 18 inch eyes. only had those two flags, both swallowed. 4:30 and at 5:15 were the flags, same tipup. try spider tomorrow.

 

lunge1
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11/5/11 1:45 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F
Fished teal last tues and thurs, great weather 50 sunny light West wind, in a 150 yard stretch of shore we had 6 follows, two at on time on one bait, caught two muskies 34, 33. nice fat fish, and a 29 " northern. all the follows on baits, all fish caught on suckers. what a great time for Nov. Lunge1 take your kids fishing. Cool

PS there is a launch on the river just below teal off larson road but it is a bad launch, very shallow, no pier wet all around. maybe a small boat, or take hip boots to launch...

lacseul
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8/23/11 9:26 AM CST
Stay on Teal and LLL then - the flowage has been tough

Wrestling
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8/22/11 8:07 PM CST
Thanks for the info. I'll be launching on Last Land then heading across to Teal. Plan on fishing the Chip Flowage Saturday and Teal on Sunday unless the Chip is productive for me on Saturday. Looking for Musky with my wife.

Walleyeyum
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8/22/11 1:58 PM CST
Wrestling...there isn't a public boat launch on Teal Lake. You have to launch the boat on the lake to the west (I think it is Lost Land Lake) and navigate through the channel to get to Teal Lake. GL.

lunge1
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8/21/11 6:39 PM CST
Hey I have been up to teal a number of times and the only launch is on lost land lake, and then through a channel to teal. great muskie lake, my son caught his first legal 41" when he was 12. there might be a launch at teal lake resort but i don't know if you have to stay there. lunge 1 take your kids fishing Smile

Wrestling
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8/21/11 7:37 AM CST
Going up this weekend to fish Chip Flowage Saturday and Teal Lake Sunday. Where is the boat landing on Teal? Never been there, this is a first trip to the Hayward area. Map on lake-link doesn't show boat landing

Ol Hoss
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7/18/11 12:49 PM CST
Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Just got back from my week long trip on Teal. I cannot stress how much I enjoy this lake. The action, the scenery, and the lack of pleasure boaters/wave runners make for a great fishing experience (excluding the 10% of people out there that disregard the spoeed limit or do not know about it). We raised 6 fish early in the week when conditions were hot, calm, and bluebird; my father in law lost a mid 40's, I had 5 muskies follow, and i boated a 30' pike. Front/weather change rolled in tuesday and seemed to shut things down for me for a couple days. Raised a few more fish and boated a 39' on Thursday and a 35.5' on Friday. I have attached a picture of the 39 incher. I returned home with my prop and lower unti both in tact which is always a plus. -Ol Hoss

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