Pine Lake, Iron County

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6/16/16 @ 11:00 AM
cowdoc
cowdoc
MEMBER since 7/3/01

Wale, check your messenger

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6/16/16 @ 9:26 AM
wale
wale
USER since 2/12/13

I was just wondering if people catch some decent crappier out of here?



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4/18/16 @ 2:56 PM
cowdoc
cowdoc
MEMBER since 7/3/01
Ice out 4/16

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12/28/15 @ 1:41 PM
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Tiger Sharks
Tiger Sharks
USER since 12/28/13

MOON PHASE (88%)
Waning Gibbous
Any update on the ice conditions.

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5/14/15 @ 12:33 PM
Partimer
Partimer
USER since 12/3/11
Any updates?

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12/26/14 @ 11:55 AM
smoothsmitty
smoothsmitty
USER since 12/22/11
Merry Christmas every one, I will be staying at a friends cabin on pine lake next week with the wife and kids. I'm bringing the icefishing gear in hopes of starting a tradition and getting these crumb snatchers hooked on hard water fishing. I have shanties and heaters sonar power auger the whole nine . Iam looking for suggestions to help get on some fish. I prefer jigging over tip ups and also like to find the spot on the spot my self but if one could point me in a general direction I would appreciate that . Pms welcome and thanks in advance for any help have a happy ice season and new year.

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11/15/14 @ 8:50 PM
cowdoc
cowdoc
MEMBER since 7/3/01
Lake iced over last night. 1" today and will probably get thicker tonight.

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5/20/14 @ 1:40 PM
Partimer
Partimer
USER since 12/3/11
Anything happening? Reports ?

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1/30/14 @ 6:23 PM
Partimer
Partimer
USER since 12/3/11
Has anybody been on the ice here lately? Catching anything? Up this weekend, headed out of the Oma boat launch... Need some help, been skunked? Sad

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8/19/13 @ 12:36 PM
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Brad_K
Brad_K
USER since 6/29/10

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
76° - 80º F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
Had a great time on the water last weekend. Hooked 2 muskies (34" 35") and had 4 follows. Walleye were in typical patterns with 6 caught between 10"-14" off the large island. Smallies seem to be hit or miss and are along the weedbeds. My buddy hooked into something really big (no not a log or snag) in the back bay by the small island. Could have been a snapper, but who knows. It took his pumkinseed bulldog.

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