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SouthForkGuy
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FISHING REPORT
2/15/13 6:50 PM CST
Nice Coho guys! On average have you been seeing any of the 18-20inch class fish in the bay? Some days it seems like the 14-16 inch coho are more predominant.. Always good to see some of those bigger silvers coming up the hole!

jones58
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2/15/13 6:48 PM CST
Ice Depth: 5" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 11° - 15° F
fished bayfield today with not much luck 2 small splakes not keeper size . slow day for sure

venom
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2/13/13 2:44 PM CST
Sounds like the south side of the bay got a little more snow. Off of Washburn we have been able to get our wheelers around good. There was very little slush from thw coal dock nort to Houghton Pt over to Long Island.

Fish wise we did ok kind of a slower day 2 whitefish and 1 coho. I'll be back at it tomorrow stay tune. John

Northern224
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2/12/13 9:09 PM CST
Thank you Jones and Bald, we're gonna try to get out there in the a.m., will update conditions tomorrow.

**update** 2-13 couldn't get off of plowed roads today with a truck. We saw one truck get to lighthouse from Anglers All, looked to be a hard time. ATV's were able to get around, snowmobile would be best.

[This post was last edited on 2/13/13 at 12:31 PM]
Baldplate
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2/12/13 7:41 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
You can get off the Ashland side by the oredock. There is a nice ice road heading out toward the flat between the oredock and lighthouse. There are also a couple other roads plowed off the main one. As far as I know there is not a road to the lighthouse although you may be able to get out there off of anglers all.

jones58
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2/12/13 5:38 PM CST
river rock inn posted on facebook today that some people plowed some roads out on the ice on the ashland side.even better way to find out more info would be call river rock inn and bait or anglers all

Northern224
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2/12/13 4:43 PM CST
Any updates on driving conditions from Ashland side? Can we still get a truck out to the lighthouse? Tx!

Pound-it
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2/12/13 12:26 PM CST
Thank you Icefishinpine!

Icefishinpine
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2/11/13 2:02 PM CST
pound-it as long as ya keep up a good head of steam you should be fine but there are some dandy drifts

Pound-it
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2/11/13 12:13 PM CST
Just wondering if ATV's are even an option or if the snow depth is to much for a wheeler? Any help greatly appreciated!! Smile

critter2
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2/10/13 6:54 PM CST
Thanks Venom...appreciate it ...sent a PM

venom
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2/10/13 5:56 PM CST
critter2, you are able to walk off all them spots. Bodins, Souix & Onion

BIG ROCK
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2/10/13 5:00 PM CST
Fished the bay yesterday after a 3hr road trip. Started fishing about 10:00 am. My son & I had 3 coho on the ice in the first couple of hours. We hit another around 2:30, and nothing for the rest of the day.Fish were caught 5ft below the ice to almost the bottom. Buckshot rattle spoons tipped with a shiner head caught the fish. Thanks to Anglers All & Riverock Inn & Bait for the advice, great service and super accommodations

critter2
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2/10/13 4:39 PM CST
Planning on a trip up and deciding whether or not to drag along the snowmobile .... are you able to walk off of Bodins, the Souix, or the Onion....or limited to the bay with the snowmobile? If someone would chime in I would appreciate it. I fish up there alot but not yet this winter...

Northern224
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2/10/13 3:53 PM CST
Ice Depth: 18" Conditions: Raining
Another good day in the bay, until the rain and wind chased us back to shore. Whoever plowed all the roads out there deserves a huge thank you!! Coho and smelt were cooperative today, iced some nice ones b4 mother nature made us leave.

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