Saturday, October 21, 2017

Fishing

Lake Superior Salmon Fishing 2014

May 27, 2014 Fishing
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We had excellent fishing this year on Lake Superior for salmon and trout. 

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Ice Fishing-Awesome Sunset On Leech Lake

January 13, 2014 Fishing
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Fishing on Leech Lake has been a little slow, but my Dad took a great picture of the sun setting last night.

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Leech Lake Ice Fishing

January 31, 2012 Fishing
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It’s been a while since I’ve taken a long weekend, so I was due for one. I think that’s what you tell yourself to help justify the time-off. This has been a very busy January for me, but I really needed to get away and recharge my battery. The weather turned kind of ugly; and […]

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Leech Lake Update 2011

June 17, 2011 Fishing
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The walleyes are still biting! The fishing started out a little slow, but picked-up after we had a strong south and southeast wind for a day. Mokey and Annex were good spots for both larger and keeper size fish, however, with the wind came 3 and 4′ rollers. Our best luck was fishing Sugar Point, at one […]

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BWCA 2011 Paulsen Lake

June 10, 2011 BWCA
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We just got back from five days in the BWCA trout fishing, and I can describe the trip in one word, “WINDY”. The fishing was pretty good, but the lake that we were on just had a mayfly hatch, which always can make fishing more of a challenge. We had a last minute dropout this year, and […]

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Leech Lake Opener Report 2011

May 19, 2011 Fishing
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The fishing opener was awesome! The numbers were not quite as high as last year, however, the size of the fish were much larger. Most of the fish caught were in the mid-20’s, with three above 26″, and one at 27″. The walleyes responded better to a tri-colored jig (white, chartreuse, and a reddish-orange). I would […]

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