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Grindstone Lake, Sawyer County

Grindstone Lake, Sawyer County
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4/26/19 @ 9:57 AM
FishnHunt70
FishnHunt70
MEMBER since 9/23/18

Any reports on the lake???


2/21/06 @ 12:13 PM
Sea Hage
User since 8/9/01
On Sat. March 4th Walleyes for NW Wi. is holding their 10th annual Family Contest on Lac Coudery from 9-3. It was supose to be held last weekend but it was DARN cold, so It was moved . This weekend is "Berki"

2/21/06 @ 11:43 AM
Tipup Flag Up
User since 1/26/06
Howdy Fellas just wondering if there is a tournament on Grindstone coming up. Thanks any info would be appreciated!!

2/1/06 @ 11:36 PM
curleytail
User since 2/17/03
Planning on heading to Grindstone this weekend for a day or two. Just wondering what to expect for walleyes. Also wondering about perch. Should we be looking in weeds, on the bars, deep basins? I would appreciate any information! Thanks much.

curleytail

1/19/06 @ 11:19 AM
kdogat
User since 8/19/02
Not a report yet. Leaving tonight, will report back on Sunday or Monday.

Thanks for the reports on what bars (Center & Kentucky) not the Waterfront to try for the wallies. Also gonna try couderay.

1/17/06 @ 12:07 PM
Kirky
User since 5/12/02
This is not a fishing report but just an update. Was up fishing LCO this weekend and did check out Grindstone. People are driving on the ice.(Not me but people) The ice was about 10-12 on LCO and there is very little snow on the ice so I would think it is about the same on Grindstone. Getting around is easy but creepers are a safe bet. Most of the activitiy on Grindstone appeared by the weedy area close to the channel between Grindstone and LCO. The other area holding a lot of people was on Kentucky Bar.

I hope that helps.

1/9/06 @ 7:37 PM
ralphie798
User since 12/23/05
Fished Grindstone for the first time in years over the weekend. Wife and I fished Kentucky Bar Fri. night 3p - 7p, had 7 flags 5 fish, 1-12", 3-slot size, and 21.5" Tip-ups in 7 ft to 24.5 ft. Had a great time. Sat. night was completely different, 4 hrs. no flags. Cars and light trucks being driven on, not quite thick enough for me yet.

1/6/06 @ 11:40 AM
bored
User since 12/12/05
Well I'm back at work after a great vacation back home. Seeing the family was good, but just couldn't wait to get out fishing. Left Star Prairie at 8:30 a.m. on the 26th. of Dec. headed for my friends cabin in Hayward. Arrived around 11:00 a.m. Headed right for the shack (after making a beer stop or two or three) Got set up for the first day of fishing decided since it was getting late I would stick with center bar (like everyone). Had a few flags with about six inches out. Didn't manage anything productive until after 8:00 p.m. I released one walleye that went 27", and managed to catch dinner shortly after. Caught a bunch that were in the slot, but had a great time with friend I haven't seen in years. Back at the cabin at 1:00a.m. (feeling no pain).

The next day (feeling the pain), I didn't make it out until 3:00 p.m. Went into town for more beer and got held up at a few watering holes. I decided that since I didn't see anybody on Kentucky that's were I was headed. Got set up around 4:00 p.m. fried up some bluegills that a buddy brought with him. Fishing was a little slow, managed to get my two. One from jigging With a crappie set up(four pound test) Next year I'll tell everybody it was two pound test and the fish was much bigger. Headed back to the cabin earlier that night since I had to be in Woodbury early the next morning. I had a great time and can't wait to do it again next year.

12/24/05 @ 8:35 AM
Rufus
User since 6/22/01
Ralphie - most people fish Center, but you should be able to get fish on Kentucky, as well. Center - try the 15-20' range on the north east side. Or the hole in front of the outlet to LCO. Right at teh edge of the weeds is ususally best. Kentucky - try the south or southeast sides. We use walleye suckers on tip ups, although I am going to try some jigging next week. Good luck.

12/23/05 @ 8:32 PM
ralphie798
User since 12/23/05
Spoke with a resort owner today. She stated that there is at least 6" of ice, she did not know if people were driving on the lake, she just got back from vacation. I plan on heading up Jan. 5-7 to try and coax a few walleyes to bite. Any suggestions on minnow type or size and what bar is better Kentucky or Center Bar. I am introducing my wife to ice fishing and would like her to catch a few.

Stay safe.

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