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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 08:37 AM 03/30/07 (CST)
Just woundering if fishing has picked up at all...I know back 2-3 years ago we (and many others) were having a heck of a time getting walleyes on their....This year I have booked a late july trip and was hoping to hear somebady has something positive to say about the walleyes picking up again. Thanks, 3ft
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 09:03 AM 03/30/07 (CST)
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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 04:53 PM 03/30/07 (CST)
I fish Sag every couple of weeks in the summer and fall. I'm considering guiding there next year. The truth is, walleyes are getting harder to find in both Sag and Northern Light. There's several theories being tossed around from over abundance of smallies to low oxygen levels, to global warming. The big ones are still there and if you're looking for a once in a lifetime trophy there's no better place. If you're out for lots of action and a lot of eaters there are better places. As far as how you'll do in July, no one knows but a lot depends on who you booked with.






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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 05:52 PM 03/30/07 (CST)
It's been one of my goals for a long time I tried planning a winter expedition to Sag back in the mid 90's we were going to snowmobile in but the trip never panned out.
Back in the day the MPLS Tribune Sunday paper used to have a Weekly Big Fish section and Mike Berg used be in there almost every week with fish in the 13# class whether true or not that really peaked my interest in Sag.

How much pressure does it get these days are there still motor restrictions or HP limits?






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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 06:25 PM 03/30/07 (CST)
The pressure is regulated by a permit system under the USFS. During the summer there's an average of around 80 to 85 "Motor Use" permits a week. There is a 25hp limit on Sag. Mike Berg does catch a lot of big fish.






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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 11:53 AM 04/02/07 (CST)
Thanks for the replies....Not sure how I feel, hoping I was the only one having trouble finding them. Sag. is one of my all time favorite lakes to fish, From the rock land scape to the monster fish and all of it in between. I am bringing my wife and another couple, we arn't hiring a guild....(would help I'm sure) But the ladies are not for long days in the boat. We are looking forward to fishing for sure, but then their is always the "getting away" factor of just being their. Toss the watch in the truck before we leave and set out on our adventure. Nothing else, the bass, and northers I am sure will be easy enough to catch. Thanks again.
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 02:19 PM 04/02/07 (CST)
You won't have any trouble catching smallmouths, should get a bunch over 19" as well. The water is down so keep an eye out for those lower unit eating rocks. Good luck.






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