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fishs57
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3/5/15 7:19 PM CST
I'll take any advice on catching those white fish in the river. I can't catch em in there! Lake- no problem. River wtf?

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ayeFeesh
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3/5/15 6:40 PM CST
Does anyone know if the DNR is following the effects of the booming whitefish population on the spring walleye spawn. As someone else said, the whitefish seem to be eating the walleye eggs.

fishhook
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3/5/15 5:27 PM CST
The white fish come in to slurp up the walleye spawn. Then come the Pelicans,& cormorants to finish off most of what's left of the hatch,& smaller gamefish.

ROWBOAT14
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3/5/15 3:38 PM CST
fished off voyager park today and didn't see a walleye pretty tough fishin. I have never seen so many white fish here there where thousands of them botton to top of the ice!!

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3/5/15 12:17 PM CST
All this spring fishing talk is getting me going... They are talking about high 30's starting this weekend and 40's and 50's through next week, Once those dams open up it's game on folks. Couldn't be more ready! My prediction is a couple weeks for fishing out there, maybe a little longer for boats.

tader
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3/5/15 9:10 AM CST
Like so many of us I can hardly wait for open water here ! Although with the countless whitefish taking over, along with the many other invasives is this fishery DOOMED !! In particular the walleye and our beloved perch ? ... Good luck and stay cautious.

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3/4/15 5:00 PM CST
The upcoming extended forecast looks very promising. Starting this Saturday temps will be in the mid 30s and rising up into the high 40s/low 50s as the week progresses. My prediction, the Fox will open up for boats by March 21st +/- a day or two. With that being said, please remember the rule changes: As of March 2nd only 1 walleye, 28" or bigger can be kept. This is to protect the resource and allow the fish to successfully spawn.

As the warm weather progresses, we will keep you updated on the boat landing conditions and of course the bite! Don't forget The SwampDonkey will be up and running with minnows, plastics and crankbaits by the DQ as soon as ice is out! See you all on the water in a few weeks!

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KrappieKing
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3/3/15 11:39 PM CST
Fish-slayer last year Fox point was opened up on March 28th. It was helped by some die hard fisherman and then the city helped and the same is going to happen this year.

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GhostEyez420
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3/3/15 10:10 PM CST
Pic is from 3-23-14 out my shanty window in front of voyager

bass abductor
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3/3/15 8:54 PM CST
It was later than usual, I want to say towards end of March. I can remember fishing it mid March a few years ago. I would guess March 20th or so.

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3/3/15 8:40 PM CST
Does anyone remember when the river opened last year and the first boats hit the water? Just trying to plan on when to pull the boat out of storage. Thanks

Fish-Slayer
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3/2/15 11:03 PM CST
Fished tonight from 5-830. Marked 1. Fished 14-22 ft. Hopefully thing will get better during late ice.

ONEAFTERIN
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3/2/15 8:42 PM CST
Fished 1-6, one eye 12 in, bunch of whites lightn up the flasher all day

mmdorow
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3/2/15 8:33 PM CST
If you lost a minnow bucket at the roundabout tonight, pm me with a description of the bucket and what type of minnows are in the bucket and I'll return it to the rightful owner. Stay safe.

countryboy123
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3/2/15 4:09 PM CST
There is a sign at Voyager, when you are going down the stairs too get to the water there's a yellow sign to the right of the stairs stapled to the side of the pier. It says "From March 2nd-opening weekend all walleyes must be at least 28 inches in length and you can only keep 1, after opening weekend, you can keep 3 and they can be any length."

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