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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 11:14 AM 06/14/09 (CST)
I don't care what species you are after.....the bite is hot!
Water surface temps are ranging in the mid 60's and the bug hatches are under way.
I've been fishing Big Sandy,Rat,Round,Wilkins,Waukenabo,Esquagamah,Sissabagamah,Ripple,Nord,Sections 10&12,Dam & Gun.
I have also hit a few Crow Wing mine pits for trout.....F-3 orange raps are killer!

The panfish are for the most part holding to cabbage or coontail beds
in that 6-8 feet of water.
Bass are also holding to these aresa too.
Pike can be found in most all depths under 20 fow.
Walleyes are also feeding pretty good in that 10-8 fow.

We have been trolling at 1.3-1.5 mph with plastics on 1/4 oz jig heads for walleyes as of late.


No huge walleyes yet but many caught have been 14"-18" which are perfect eaters.
Word is that if you want big eyes you'll have to hit Mille Lacs.
The word is also that if you want eaters...you better go to a different lake.

I have not run into any big pike either ,however with this warm weater hitting us I'd fully expect to see those big guys come out to play.


The bass are really coming out to play as well.
We have been getting some pretty decent bass on UL's looking for pan fish and we have been picking some up looking for walleyes.
Although I normally do not target bass ,they can still be fun to catch.


The crappies and gills are hitting well.Taking a child out to hit them would be a great option.




As always there are other accidental species like the ole "DogFish"
Re ready to loosen your drag!



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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 01:37 PM 06/14/09 (CST)
nice pictures ck you guys sure do find all kinds of fish


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 07:24 AM 06/15/09 (CST)
Hey CK... I might have to grab a few of those for the photo pages, eh?



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 07:34 AM 06/15/09 (CST)
Great Report,
CK


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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 05:18 PM 06/15/09 (CST)
Go ahead Webdude.
Here's a few more pic's from yesterday afternoon.


We released all of the gills and only kept 10 11 inchers.All of the other bigger slabs went back.



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