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pizzaman
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 06:09 PM 05/29/08 (CST)
Our group is going up to Blackduck this weekend for five great days of fishing. What I would like to know is, just about anything that you would be willing to share with me about the lake. Fishing spots, can you access the river, best baits, where to get bait....etc

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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 04:02 AM 05/30/08 (CST)
i live in BD have been fshing out there for awile and have been doing well if you need a guide i would be willing to show you a few spots contact me on my cell 218-368-8573 or home 218-835-7170 ask for kory


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 08:26 AM 05/30/08 (CST)
Hey pizzaman,

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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 08:38 AM 05/30/08 (CST)
That's a pretty good walleye lake, there. The DNR stocks it every year with over a million fry. The problem is that is gets fished pretty hard and a lot of what gets left in there can be pretty small. The average age of the walleye is under 5 years. There is also a very healthy mix of sunnies and crappies in there too. In summer, leeches and crawlers seem to work the best with lindy rigs. Not sure what time of the year you will be going up there, but in the summer, there is a slowdown on the bite. If it is summer, fish deeper along humps and bars, especially on bright days. Weed edges can usually hold some walleyes all summer long. You can try slip bobber fishing, especially late evening. Trolling small crank baits can trigger walleye action, you may need a weight to get them deeper.

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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 08:38 AM 05/30/08 (CST)
I almost forgot... Welcome to the site!

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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 10:43 AM 05/30/08 (CST)
You can get bait right in town at Timberline sports and tackle


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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 03:53 PM 05/30/08 (CST)
Thanks Guys, We'll be there Sat Evening...can't wait.
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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 09:36 PM 05/30/08 (CST)
Are you talking about the blackduck lake by Orr? If so, I was just up at Melgeorge's Lodge on Elephant Lake. (just next door) You can find bait at Melgeorge's lodge at a reasonable price. Otherwise there's plenty of baitshops along the way. The water is still cold, not all the fish have spawned. A lot of fish still staging in the deep water, almost impossible to catch in the day. Still some straglers in the shallows. Our video of Elephant Lake will be online on Monday.
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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 12:57 AM 06/07/08 (CST)
Spent the last five days battling the weather on Black duck lake and to tell you all the water temp needs to warm up. Water Temp was anywhere from 54 deg to 57 deg. On a calm day you can see many fish.
If anyone wants more detail let me know.

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