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HungryforPanfish
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12/20/13 10:21 PM CST
Thanks JJhunter, will be out tomorrrow from 8-2 with the kids, gonna try the pipe and bridge. Hopefully the kids will have fun. If you see a big clam tundra pullover stop and say hi.

probassangler8
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12/19/13 3:40 PM CST
Where is the pipe located? Is it by redbridge?

Point Muskie Hunter
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12/19/13 12:39 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 21° - 25° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Went to lakeside last night and got this 29 inch beast. Catch, and released saw him on the cammera with a couple other smaller ones

jjhunter
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12/19/13 9:03 AM CST
Hungryforfish,

The warmer weather has the bite picking up. The larger gills are starting to bite by the pipe. Still a lot of small ones, but now I am getting a keeper every 5th fish or so. you may have to bounce around a little though, so pack light. I'm using crappie minnows on tip downs and just a wax worm with smallest jig in box. Color hasn't seemed to make a huge difference so far. Good luck.

HungryforPanfish
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12/17/13 11:05 PM CST
Sorry this isn't a report but can someone message me or let me know if the Gills are biting decently on any of the backwaters like redbridge,the pipe or possibly Biron? I want to get the kids out Saturday for the first time this ice and want to get them action and possibly enough to take home for dinner. They are 12 and 7 so little patience if they aren't biting. Thanks! Also if anyone wants to join in, heading out around 830.

beer-acuda
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12/17/13 11:41 AM CST
Ice Depth: 14" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 11° - 15° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Fished this past weekend pretty hard for panfish during the day, and walleyes at night. Did okay for gills throughout the day. No real big bulls to show, but i got my 25 chips that will taste just was well. walleyes have been snapping at night but i just cant seem to get on any size. i could catch 25+ walleyes in a evening. Everyone of them are your typical 14 7/8... Managed to squeak one in that was legal, and brought it home and it was full of worms Sad Sad Sad going to try again this weekend. we will see what i can do

walleyeguy007
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12/16/13 6:31 PM CST
Wouldnt consider them jumbos. Nice perch for most waters around here though!

probassangler8
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12/16/13 6:25 PM CST
5 small walleye, all on artificial. Nothing on shiners/tipups.

UWSP_icefisher
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12/15/13 3:10 PM CST
they are 10.5-12 inchers and the gills are all 8-10 inch.

cheeseheadfish
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12/15/13 3:03 PM CST
Those looks like decent perch for the river. But jumbo?? Idk man

UWSP_icefisher
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12/14/13 10:58 PM CST
Ice Depth: 10" Conditions: Snowing
went to pound town on some big slab gills today 5=8 foot of water on orange jigs with waxies also ended up with some jumbo perch mixed in

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cheeseheadfish
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12/12/13 6:49 PM CST
Ice Depth: 9" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 6° - 10° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Slow night. Only 1 keeper eye. Too bad. Maybe tomorrow

cheeseheadfish
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12/12/13 7:51 AM CST
Biting on just about anything to be honest. I'm afraid I cannot give up my spot where I got them. I will say it's in the river in anywhere from 2-6fow

walleyeguy007
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12/11/13 7:31 PM CST
I bet tipups with fathead or shiners would be a good place to start. Jigging raps and forage minnows will catch you all the walleyes you could want as long as you can find fish.

AvidOutdoorsman
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12/11/13 12:41 PM CST
Where are they biting on the river????

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