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JIM STROEDE
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8/25/15 1:02 PM CST
It was cold fishing this morning, but we managed a good fish on a topwater. 65 degree water temps.

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MICAH LANGKAMP
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7/28/15 11:32 AM CST
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I'd make sure to be out there right at sunrise or right at dusk (wherever you had follows). Topwaters have been good for the sundown window. Bulldawgs or bucktails in the morning. Good luck out there!


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7/28/15 9:47 AM CST
So I come up to Hayward every summer to musky fish. This is my first time on teal lake. The past couple days we have hit this lake hard and only have a couple follows to show for it. Does anybody have any recommendations to what we need to do? We have been finding weed edges on the east side of the lake throwing everything from bucktail and bulldawgs to top raiders

MICAH LANGKAMP
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7/9/15 5:19 PM CST
I had my nephew Gary & his buddy Josh (son of Mike from Hemlock Haven Resort) out chasing muskies for a few hours. We started on Lost Land & had a smaller fish chase a buck tail on the first spot we hit. On spot 2 we had 2 fish follow in double tens. After that we moved over to Teal and had a big fish take a swipe at a bucktail. After that we popped a nice fish just shy of 43 inches on double tens. The fish was built really well for its size. After that we had 2 follows on blades and one fish hit a dyin dawg boat side. We contacted a total of 8 fish today. Plenty of action going on out there right now. Give me a shout if you're looking to do some hawg huntin'. Cool


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MICAH LANGKAMP
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7/7/15 11:17 PM CST
I had another father/son duo out chasing muskies tonight for a half day evening trip. The first couple hours were slow but we started seeing fish around 7 p.m. We had an upper 30's fish chase around a bucktail for a bit on Lost Land. After that we missed a nicer fish in the weeds. We hopped over to Teal to finish the night off and moved a very nice fish at dusk on a Tallywhacker. We decided to continue fishing past dark and ended up getting a nice fish on the same Tallywhacker which was about 40 inches (we didn't take a measurement) on our last spot of the night. Give me a shout if you're looking to get out and fish the quiet lakes! Cool


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MICAH LANGKAMP
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6/28/15 12:53 PM CST
Guided father/son Russ & Russ out on Lost Land & Teal for a half day trip this morning. We spent most of our time on Teal and boated a healthy 40" fish on a cowgirl and had another smaller fish follow a bulldawg. We moved over to Lost Land to hit a couple spots at the end of our trip and moved two nice fish. One of the 2 was a quality mid-forties fish and the other was over 40 as well. Both of those fish chased blade baits. Weeds were the key to finding them today. Cool


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crap master
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12/5/14 9:47 AM CST
Looking for ice fishing tips and areas for Lost Land or Teal. Walleye/Crappie/Perch. Thanks!

TOM BOLEY
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8/11/14 4:54 PM CST
Water temps are in the 76 to 80 range depending on the midday heat. They will likely fall this week with cooler nights. Musky action has been great. Lots of fish coming from the edges of mid lake rock and weed humps/bars. Bucktails and topwaters have seen the most action during the morning and evening. Midday we are catching fish on swimbaits worked erratically off the edge of structure. Good Luck


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mskynut13
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8/11/14 8:28 AM CST
Headed up to Teal lake this weekend and just seeing what the water temps are. Any info would be great. Looking to try and find some musky's. Thanks

TOM BOLEY
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7/22/14 7:03 PM CST
Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Teal lake has been hot for musky. Each outing we are getting many chances as fish. Monday we had 20 follows in a few hours boating 4 fish between 33 and 43. Pacemakers, Double Blades and Bulldawgs have been our best producers. Mornings seem to be better than evenings as far as the shallow water bite goes. Look for the red cabbage on top of mid lake rock bars. Fishing very fast and aggressively has been the key to contacting numbers of good fish.

Here is the video of a nice figure eight fish we caught this past week! Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz7Tqgj83uQ&feature=youtu.be


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Rainbowdarter
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6/20/14 9:15 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Our group of 5 was up last Saturday - Tuesday, mosquitos were the worst I've seen in 20 years on shore. Tried crappies, bass, and muskies during the day. 1 18" small mouth, and 1 16",otherwise a few smaller ones. Largemouth were caught nothing big though. Crappies caught on plastics, still were spawning and in shallow, 1-3'. No muskie action, threw a variety of lures in group, drifted suckers 2 days, zilch. Fished walleyes starting at 7pm til 10, only 1 small one. Only thing biting on minnow were northerns.

riverpro
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5/28/14 7:08 PM CST
Was out yesterday and threw for muskies in the rain all day. Ended up boating one 35" male, was in about 2 feet of water and was really beat up from the spawn. Hard to see if fish were following due to stained water and rain on the water's surface. Dad had worms on his ultralight and just goofed around with that when he got tired of casting for muskies and caught panfish after panfish (crappies, bluegills, perch: all decent size). Musky came on a natural color showgirl.

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.


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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

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