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yote1
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3/25/13 6:38 PM CST
I know it's a bit early to say for certain, but how does it look for fishing the bay this coming weekend? snow machine travel wise that is. I would like to make one last run at it but at a 3 hour drive I'm hoping to get some up to date reports on the landings, snow, and ice. Thanks for any input.

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3/25/13 2:57 PM CST
Any steelhead in the streams yet? I usually like to fish the early opener, but I think I will hold of a bit yet. It's so hard to fish in snowshoes and waders.

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3/22/13 5:49 PM CST
Thanks for the update, Appreciate it.. Will be out in the morning trying to get it done... Good luck this weekend to those who go out and be safe...

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3/21/13 1:37 PM CST
Here you boys go! Lets do something about it! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=517901524927195&set=a.517901514927196.1073741825.517893141594700&type=1

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3/21/13 9:39 AM CST
pyclub1, yes, people are still getting out between Bayfield and Madeline, Ice conditions are good yet in that area. I would stay away from Hermit Island and the backside of Oak though. Look at the most current satellite images.

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3/20/13 4:02 PM CST
Ethan62-Turn on your PM. Thanks

pyclub1
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3/20/13 1:32 PM CST
Heading up to the big pond this weekend. Can anyone tell me if they are still getting out lake trout fishing? I haven't been up in 2 weeks so I am not sure what the ice conditions are like, have they changed much?? Ice road still o.k. to take snowmobile on??

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3/20/13 11:21 AM CST
gardn184- A buddy and I were out Sunday and broke a trail all the way out to the light house with a couple trucks. We got stuck 2-3 times and it was really slow going. That was before the recent 3 days of hard blowing wind and more snow accumulation. So unless someone has been kind enough to go out and plow, I'm sure that all the trails are drifted in pretty bad. Long story short, a snowmobile would probably be by far the most ideal to get around.

Did catch some smelt and small perch as well as a herring and legal pike.

Anyone doing any good off second landing? Would like to know if its worth the walk haha

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3/20/13 9:38 AM CST
This topic is everywhere as it should be..Someone please create a post that list links for the politicians and DNR to hear us as individuals and as a group...A blanket format such as what Ruger had recently regarding our rights and opinions on gun control...Hopefully someone computer savvy can do this...

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3/20/13 9:29 AM CST
30-06, honda generators, beer cans in the ditch, definitely not how their ancestors did it.

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delta1
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3/20/13 8:19 AM CST
i agree with too much commercial fishing. i have fished the bay since i moved here in '91. it has steadily gotten worse and worse. i think they should stop commercial fishing in the bay. there is the rest of lake superior they can catch all the fish they need. i think we should push to stop this depletion of game fishing in the bay area. as far as spearing, i think they have the right to their ancient fishing techniques. but the state needs to restock every lake they spear with at least three times the amount of fish taken just to sustain the fishery. look at the daily limits in minnesota, 5 fish compared to 2 in wisconsin. something has to be done by the state. just think of all the money we loose here in the northland because fishermen are tired of coming here and not being able to catch anything. it sure didn't use to be that way. we need to do something.

GITCHEGUMEE
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3/20/13 7:57 AM CST
We all need to get together to get anything accomplished on this matter. Call the Gov. Congressmen and Reps. All of the lakes up here are hurting from the spearing and netting. Something needs to be done be for its too late. Its not 1890 anymore no one needs to spear to survive. The quotas are way to high to sustain any good number of fish in the lakes. I find it crazy that the state lowers the catch limit for hook and line fishing and they get to spear more. But no worries we will keep buying fish to restock the lake from them. What is the world coming to. Worried

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3/20/13 3:53 AM CST
I don't go to any casino's period, I think it is wrong for the Indians to spear the max on all lakes in the ceded territory, If the resorts in the area can't fill there cabins it means less people going to the casino so In the long run they will only hurt themselves. I know members of the Bad River tribe and at least they have a fishery that raises walleye fry and releases them back into the lakes they spear, I can't say that for the other tribes.This has been a problem for some time now and I think Gov. Walker needs to address the issue, It did say in the Milw Journal that they are doing this because of the wolf hunt and the proposed Iron mine, REALLY, that;s not being stewarts of the land, everyone knows that if you fish a great spot for to long you will eventually fish it out, I do think the leaders of the tribes need to get together and think this thing out.

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3/19/13 8:33 AM CST
I was out two weekends ago and I got one coho on a tip up, the rest all came from jigging a gold hailie jig tipped with a waxie jigged 8 feet under the ice near the channel. I actually could see them hit the bait it was pretty cool! Is anyone driving trucks out I'm heading down this weekend again was planning on bringing the sleds.

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delta1
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3/18/13 8:17 AM CST
Ice Depth: 22" Conditions: Sunny
went out to the end of the ore dock sunday. fished noon till seven. there were small perch and smelt on the bottom. had some whitefish and herring move through but couldn't catch them even though they were mouthing my pimple. caught one nice coho on the bottom.

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