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cheeseheadfish
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2/6/16 9:40 PM CST
Why don't you fish somewhere off the beaten path? Or get away from the river. If lake link is "ruining" your spot on the river move somewhere else. I personally ally think the river has tons of everything and big ones. They constantly move. Fish aren't stupid either. Contrary to belief, fish can remember. They get smarter. No way lake link ruins spots. It's no different than word of mouth. I can hammer fish all day in a spot that everyone knows and the next day not get a single thing

theefisherman
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2/6/16 8:54 PM CST
Yeah might have to find a new spot till some "fisherman" post on lake link where exactly to fish, what to use, and time of day. It's ridiculous then people complain in a few years why there's no fish in the river. I remember 6 years ago coming out to love creek and catching 14 inch crappies and 9 inch bluegills and I haven't caught 5 keeper bluegills out of love creek since

gillseeker20
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2/6/16 8:05 PM CST
Hmmm.... well maybe you will have to find somewhere else to fish? Nothing wrong with giving honest advice.

theefisherman
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2/6/16 6:54 PM CST
All I'm getting out of these posts is that theres going to be a hundred people at love creek tomorrow and then it's not even going to be worth going to ever. I've fished love creek a lot and i have never seen more than 4 groups out. I remember 3 or 4 years ago I would be the only one out there. Be ready for 10-15 groups out there the rest of the year. Thanks lake link

walleyeguy007
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2/6/16 5:05 PM CST
I fish there that much because it's close to home and like I said, it's usually good for a few eyes a night. Basically I use it to refine skills. Same reason I fish the river in Rapids a lot during open water. Nepco is a joke to fish with all the kids playing around in their vehicles. Arrowhead, Camelot, and Sherwood can be good at night for walleyes but it's sporadic and I don't like staying up all night when I have to work the next day. The piles and buckskin slough are not the best eye spots (usually) and there is more walking involved. Love Creek I can drive to in about ten minutes. I can drive on the ice this time of year. Like I said, it's OK for a few walleyes a night. Some nights I hammer them, although that isn't often at all and the amount of legal fish is small.

gillseeker20
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2/6/16 3:58 PM CST
I haven't fished this spot this year, but in past years I've actually done pretty well for walleye at dusk. I do agree that there is usually quite a few people there however. Question though, why would you fish here a few times a week if the fishing is so terrible?

walleyedud
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2/6/16 3:30 PM CST
Agree with walleyeguy007 100%, why do people PLAY games??? Do they think they are sucking people in? NOT, it just makes them look like the IDIOTS they are. Anyone can tell a real post from your made up post!!!! Please stop and go play on some other website, this site should be for REAL fisherman/women!!!!!!

Gunsnbowses
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2/6/16 3:05 PM CST
Walleyeguy007 is exactly right!

walleyeguy007
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2/6/16 2:47 PM CST
I can tell you, first hand, truthfully, that Love Creek has been nothing close to a "hot bite". I'm out there a few nights a week and never get more than 4 or 5 fish a night and have yet to pull a legal eye through this year. Yes, the action picks up at dusk but will promptly shut down when it gets dark. There are always other people out there and I watch them closely and hardly anyone catches even close to the amount of fish that I do there. It's a very small area to fish and people will spread their tip ups out like they are fishing green bay and there isn't a soul within 20 miles. That are is small and is subject to a lot of pressure. Yes, it's a good bet you'll get a couple fish if you go but don't count on many keepers or hardly any slot fish. I caught ONE in the slot last year and only a handful of keepers. If someone on here is telling you the bite is "good" out there, that probably means they never fish out there and are trying to keep you from other spots they fish. Nobody in their right mind would post an honest report about catching keepers or a ton of fish out there because it would turn into even more of a circus than it is.

hoffa164
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2/6/16 12:16 PM CST
Saying the fishing is hot at Lakeside is like saying your sister is hot. It's wrong on several different levels.

StudLee
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2/6/16 12:01 PM CST
Love creek... I'm headed there tomorrow to hopefully debunk the myth of it being no good for ice fishing. Good to see a positive post. How was the ice? This will be my 1st time ice fishing there, any spots to be careful of? Thanks!!

WolfPack1187
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2/5/16 11:34 PM CST
Hey guys, I'm new to the area and have been trying to get on some fish. Can you guys point me in the right direction? Or PM me, thanks!

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2/5/16 6:19 PM CST
Ice Depth: 18" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 21° - 25° F
Fished this evening for about 2 hours. Pretty slow day but managed 1 keeper walleye (released) that was right on 15". Caught him on a forage minnow tipped with a crappie minnow. No crappie biting, tried waxies plastics and minnows. 10 FOW

FishinPete
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2/4/16 2:01 PM CST
Fished Love Creek last night, the walleye bite was fast and furious at dusk!!! Mostly in the 14" to 18" range. Tight lines folks

Poison
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2/4/16 1:48 PM CST
Lol, worst thread ever!

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