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Three-to-a-pound sunfish are biting in the shallow, weedy bays on small ants and waxworms. Numbers of 15- to 18-inch walleyes are being taken during lowlight periods of the day in 18 to 26 feet of water. You'll find perch during midday hours in these walleye spots as well.
Hey upnorth, I just got off the lake about an hour ago and things have been pretty slow the last several days. I just moved my shack out to 32ft today. We did catch a few small walleyes and I hauled in a couple pouts to go with them.
Ice conditions are excellent every place I'm fishing with about 15 or 16 inches of good ice. We only have a few inches of snow cover so travel on the ice has been pretty easy, even with my 2WD pick-up. I fish in the McKinley park area of Big bay and most people that I have talked to have also experienced a slower bite this week.
Thanks for the info ace! That must be you that runs aces guide service up there? I spend quite a bit of time up there during the spring summer and fall but not a whole lot in the winter. I live in teh eveleth area so its only a hop skip and a jump away. I did however talk to a guy that claimed he filled out up there a few days back out of Mckinley in 24ft. The guy seems to be a little bit of a BSer but who knows. How about crappies does anyone chase them on vermillion through the ice?
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