Trout Lake, Itasca County

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8/18/15 @ 3:05 PM
Patrick Whie
Patrick Whie
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coming up at the end of the month happen to getting a little eye fishing after i get my bear little Help THANKS PAT Smile

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10/14/14 @ 11:17 AM
Tommy Howell
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Thanks for the info Ty! Wish I had time to pull some real big chubs or red tails around Trout this time of the year. Gotta be some horses waiting to bite on one of those!!!

Heard rumors there might be a good bite over on your home waters, better check it out bud.

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10/14/14 @ 6:32 AM
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Ty Glad
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USER since 8/14/12

MOON PHASE (61%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
Tommy, the chubs we were using were about 2-3" . We did have maybe a handful that were bigger than 3" and what do ya know, just like you always say those were the ones that got bit the fastest!! Find BIG ones Ty! Good luck bud

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10/6/14 @ 11:37 AM
Tommy Howell
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Hey Ty, glad you had a good trip!! How big a chubs were you using if you don't mind me asking? Anybody in Rapids have a good supply?

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10/3/14 @ 10:56 AM
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Ty Glad
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USER since 8/14/12

MOON PHASE (71%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
41° - 45° F

WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
Was able to fish trout Wednesday night from 5-darkish. Fish liked the rig and a minnow over the jig and a minnow. Bigger chubs is what they wanted , boated 6 fish biggest was 22" all nice fish. The weed edges we fished in a few spots is where the active ones were, 10-14'. Did mark fish in the 22-26' range but wouldn't bite. Good luck!

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8/14/12 @ 12:29 PM
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Ty Glad
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USER since 8/14/12

CONDITIONS
Night Time

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F

WATER TEMP
76° - 80º F
Fished Monday night from 8 pm till about 3:30 am. Fishing was pretty slow comPared to the past several trips there. Started in 30-35' of water and worked our way in to the tops of several rock humps that top out at about 4-6'. Pulling lindy rigs with leeches and crawlers seemed to just get the littler smallys to bite , without any walleyes. Bottom bouncer with a crawler harness boated 2 really nice smallys right on top of a hump in about 6'. Once we tied crankbaits on we fished no deeper than 10-12' off the edges of weeds in several spots and finally ended up with 3 nice Eyes all of which were to big to keep. We both had different color cranks on but 2 of them were caught on perch colored rapala x raps . Biggest being 22-1/2. Lonnggggggg night!

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7/6/12 @ 7:45 PM
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Tommy Howell
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USER since 7/11/11

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
76° - 80º F
I was surprised not to find Trout Lake by Coleraine listed among the fishing reports. This is a real gem of a lake located just off HWY 169 in Coleraine. It's a clear, deep body of water that has a reputation for putting out huge walleyes. Got a chance to spend a rainy half day out there, and it was a little bit of a struggle. Usually this time of year the fish are located on the lakes rock bars and humps, but today they seemed to be using more shoreline related structure that had rock and weeds mixed. Crawlers were by far the best today on a rig, or small jig head. Northlands Fire Ball, 1/8th ounce in watermellon was pretty much all you needed. Trout for me isn't usually a big numbers lake for eaters, but has some real potential for a fish of a lifetime.

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