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toothycritter
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FISHING REPORT
2/22/15 2:49 PM CST
Ice Depth: 27"
Fished Metonga Saturday mostly 7-8 inchers few up to 10 4 guys kept 35, 45 ft.best moved 4 times wigglers and red spikes and to quiver the bait and move up slowly to get them to bite.Toothy

beauhunter
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2/14/15 8:32 PM CST
Planning a trip up over the 20th. What's the ice thickness? What depth are the perch hittin at? Any northern action for tip-ups? Bring at least 4-6 kids so looking for a little action. Thanks

Packattack920
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2/12/15 8:38 PM CST
Anything happening up there? Came up there twice now from Green Bay and have four small perch to show for it. Just can't get those things to bit anything. Tryed it all Hali's Jigs waxies wiggler minnows. Minnow heads. I can se them on the camera. There interested just not enough. Please help. I wanna come back

greengonzo
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2/8/15 6:21 PM CST
Thanks Pac

Packattack920
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2/8/15 5:44 AM CST
Thnx beau.

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2/8/15 5:42 AM CST
I drove off on the south side landing was a lil rough but doable. Stay in the tracks. I thought I could get off the tracks cause the sno is so hard but got stuck right away. The tracks look deep but isn't bad. Driving a kia serento AWD.

greengonzo
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2/7/15 7:20 PM CST
Just curious hows the travel on the lake

beauhunter
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2/6/15 9:24 PM CST
www.smithsportandhobby.com

Packattack920
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2/4/15 9:21 PM CST
6:30am tmrw

Packattack920
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2/4/15 9:19 PM CST
Does anyone know if there is a bait shop open around 6:30. And do they have wigglers

Packattack920
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2/3/15 11:05 PM CST
Me and some friends are coming up for a couple days. Any advice on perch spots or what there biting on. And depths. Thanx for any help. Also will an SUV be ok out there? Feel free to message me????

mobil1racing
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FISHING REPORT
2/2/15 7:03 AM CST
Ice Depth: 16" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 6° - 10° F
Marked a ton of perch but they just weren't interested. They tapped at jigs tipped with wigglers but only had 8-10 actually bite. Travel was ok but a few areas, that we're off the trail, were drifted and a little challenging.

Fletch Sweeney
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2/1/15 7:54 AM CST
http://www.fly-fishing-discounters.com/freshwatershrimp.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphipoda

just google freshwater scud for tons of info

Arod
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2/1/15 7:34 AM CST
Plumdog I would have to agree with you after the observations I made last week. Metonga has a great forage base for both perch and walleye which can produce great opportunities for us fisherman. We all need to do what we can to protect this great lake. Metonga has an active lake association and it does many things to keep it healthy(check out their website). For $25 you can become a member while also helping to support the efforts of the association.

plumdog
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1/31/15 11:39 PM CST
Metonga definitely has fresh water shrimp. You can see them on camera and you can see them when the perch puke them up. Many lakes that have shrimp also have jumbo perch populations. It seems that the shrimp population fluctuates. When there's a lot of shrimp the perch bite can be tough, especially in the winter. At least that's my observation.

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