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JASON STEWART
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12/13/14 8:56 PM CST
I was on an ATV today near the flowage, 11" of ice.

grizwald
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12/13/14 8:42 PM CST
Yes on the atv

wale
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12/13/14 8:39 PM CST
is there enough ice on the flowage for an atv?

walleyewendall
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12/8/14 7:14 AM CST
Can someone provide an update on ice and snow conditions? How much ice on the flowage? Snow cover on ice? Snow levels on ground?

viperpiper
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12/7/14 8:48 PM CST
Looking to come up for the annual fishing trip this winter, probably in late january, looking to get on some nice pike and crappies. Not asking for GPS coordinates, but where are some areas to target and what should i be looking for to get on these fish

wale
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12/7/14 2:29 PM CST
anyone over by deerfoot lodge at all?

earlyretirement
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12/7/14 1:38 PM CST
experimenting with how to post videos for next year. simply bored because the noon football game viewing options down here suck! jets and vikings or bucs and lions, yuck

anyway here is a video from that secret spot Pete's bar. Just trying to get this to look like a video picture instead of a link.... so here goes nothing

to everyone ice fishing up there, stay on top and good luck

looks like it worked. sweet

[This post was last edited on 12/7/14 at 1:40 PM]
Rufus1
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FISHING REPORT
11/30/14 4:04 PM CST
Ice is good where ever we went today. About 7". But we did not go near any channels, narrows or cattails.

wale
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11/29/14 8:38 PM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 21° - 25° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
what is the ice looking like?

BIG CHIP GUIDE SERVICE
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11/5/14 1:32 PM CST
Well, it looks like the time is here when I say good bye to another open water season on The Big Chip. My clients and I experienced some of the best Musky, Walleye and Crappie fishing in years. With another winter draw down under way, I can only imagine next years fishing season being even better. I would like to thank all my clients and guests whom gave me the opportunity to show them this magnificent body of water and the bounty that it holds. It's certainly fun meeting new people, making new friends and creating memories.

As one door closes, another one opens. Ice fishing season is right around the corner. Even though Musky and Walleye is closed on The Big Chip as of Dec 1st, Northern and pan fish will still be open. There are some upper 30 inch class Northern that would be happy to take a minnow from under your tip-up. The flowage has plenty of Crappies, Gills and Perch as well. Some Perch over 12 inches. All have the makings of a great Winter time fish fry. So now is the time to dust off those tip-up's, tune up the auger and re-spool new line on jig rods.

Attached pictures of some of the memorable trips I had this season with guests.

Till next time.. TC

[This post was last edited on 11/5/14 at 1:36 PM]

Big Chip Guide Service
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MICAH LANGKAMP
MICAH LANGKAMP
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10/28/14 6:16 PM CST
Had a great couple days on the Chippewa Flowage guiding Chris & his 2 sons Gary & Caleb. We put a total of 9 fish in the bag and missed a couple others. 6 came on suckers using my newly developed sucker rigs. The other 3 were on bulldawgs. Both Gary & Caleb got their first muskies ever on a sucker. Chris got the biggest fish of the trip which was a hefty 20 + pounder.

I have the 1st & 2nd of November (this Saturday-Sunday) available if you're looking to get out and do some hawg huntin' Cool


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MICAH LANGKAMP
MICAH LANGKAMP
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10/24/14 8:33 PM CST
Had another great day on the water with long time clients James & Ed! We put a total of 3 fish in the boat and missed 2 others. One of the 2 we missed was a pig. We got a 39 & 2 @ 34".

We went 3 for 4 on suckers using my newly developed quick-strike rigs (which should be @ D&B Bait Shop soon). We also missed a fish boatside on a Medussa.

Deeper water holding baitfish continues to be the pattern for finding active fish. Neckdown areas as well.

I still have the 29th-31st of this month available if you want to get out and chase down some fatties. Cool


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JASON STEWART
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10/24/14 7:34 PM CST
Just finished up fishing with a great group of Musky virgins from Montana. (http://www.montanaangler.com/) 9 fish over 3 days with the fly rod.

Late report from the Musky Fly Fishing tourney hosted at Treelands a couple of weekends ago. Todd and Phil from Pennsylvania won this year, with a total of 34 points. Our boat landed one of the fattest 42 inchers I've ever seen. Check out the tourney's facebook page for all the details - (https://www.facebook.com/muskyflychampionshiphayward)

We were also able to donate $500 to the Namekagon River Partnership through raffling some very generous donations, including an Echo Prime 10wt. one piece rod.

Cheers! JS

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MICAH LANGKAMP
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10/22/14 7:56 PM CST
Had another great day on the water guiding Hambone & Brian for muskys. We went 4 for 4 on suckers this morning using my newly developed sucker rigs (which will be in stores before next season). A 42, 40, 39 & 36. We had a double header (with 2 fish in the net) on the edge of a river channel! Neckdown areas & deep water spots continue to be productive as well. Especially those that have bait on them. I still have the 29th-31st available if you're looking to get out and do some hawg huntin' Cool


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DEAN ELMER
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10/21/14 2:01 PM CST
I had to add this pic from the weekend. When they would hit they would hit it hard.Using 4 inch bait.


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