Magnor Lake (Richardson), Polk County

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1/3/18 @ 5:15 AM
pantera2
pantera2
USER since 12/8/08
Yeah I fished this lake a couple years ago. Did good. But like beaver dam said they all had worms in them. The white ones. They were big too. We cut around em and made due with what we had. None the less it was catch and release after that. I’d you hold them up too a light after filleting them you’ll see em. Even Walleye had them. Don’t get me wrong I eat the fish with the black spots but these worm were pretty big. They are said to be fine if cooked but to each there own! Tight lines! 

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1/2/18 @ 8:40 PM
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ice_master
ice_master
USER since 1/11/08

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

Thanks for the info! Should be plenty by the weekend then! 

Edited on 1/2/18 8:41 PM
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1/2/18 @ 6:07 PM
gmark
gmark
USER since 6/3/10

Was there today. Roughly 13-15 inches of ice. Several cars driving on the lake.

caught several small perch.

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1/2/18 @ 5:58 PM
Packerhouse
Packerhouse
USER since 1/3/16

Call Lake Magnor gas station.  They usually know.

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1/2/18 @ 3:42 PM
ice_master
ice_master
USER since 1/11/08

Anyone been out? Thinking about bringing the wheelhouse up Saturday. Guessing there should be 12-15 inches of ice? Any help or info on the ice would be appreciated! Feel free to pm me 

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12/20/16 @ 5:17 PM
icefisher84
icefisher84
USER since 12/25/14

Anybody out on Magnor yet? Any wheelers or sleds?

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5/11/16 @ 9:03 PM
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Midwest WI
Midwest WI
USER since 1/17/10

MOON PHASE (30%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F

I was looking for walleye today but found some nice crappies instead.  Found them in 20-24 FOW from about 11-17 feet down.  They were chasing some type of schools of minnows.  A cloud would appear on the sonar and surrounding the cloud would be the crappies.  They would just come and go and it was really hard to stay on them.  Only caught about a dozen but that was enough to keep my 10 yo son happy.  I caught one that was 13" and his biggest was 12.5", all males except for one nice female we threw back.  I have never caught them that big on Magnor before and I used to fish this lake hard year round when my grandparents had a cabin on the lake up until a few years ago.  We used both fatheads and crappie minnows on a plain hook with a slip bobber. The bigger fish were caught on the larger fatheads.  

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1/1/15 @ 11:39 AM
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SumpinFishy
SumpinFishy
USER since 12/9/14

MOON PHASE (88%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Snowing

ICE DEPTH
10 inches
Was out for a few hours this morning for the first time on hard water here at Magnor. I went to the middle hump on the southern edge in 19 FOW. I was marking a lot of gills and getting steady bites most of the morning. I was using tungsten glow jigs, white spoon and a black/white/green/red half ant drop. All caught fish, the biggest being around 8-9". We will be back with the wheel house when the ice gets a bit thicker. I did see an F150 drive out to one of the permanent shacks, a few quads and walkers.

Edited on 2/14/15 1:52 PM
Magnor Lake (Richardson), Polk County Photo
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12/15/14 @ 6:39 PM
SumpinFishy
SumpinFishy
USER since 12/9/14
How has the fishing been lately...I have noticed quite a few walkers and wheelers out the past couple of weeks. Just wondering how the crappies have been biting?

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12/18/13 @ 6:34 PM
muskyhunter21
muskyhunter21
USER since 3/7/07
Heading out here on Friday I think. Any reports? I'm pretty new to the lake.

Thanks!

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