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image denotes fishing report submitted by Jeff Sundin Field Report November 27, 2014 - Happy Thanksgiving!!

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image denotes field report (11/27) On Wednesday, the West side of Deer Lake was stubbornly holding on to a few small patches of open water. The entire east side of the lake appears to be ice covered though and I don't think it's going to be more than a few days before the whole lake is locked up.
Across the road at Moose Lake, the ice cover looked good as I sat and watched an ice fisherman drilling and testing the ice on his way to his fishing hole. Each hole that he drilled appeared to be taking the auger bit into about 8 to 10 inches of ice solid.
There was some snow cover on the ice, but there were also large spots where the wind had cleared the surface.
On the East side, there were already some old tracks leading away from the landing. A young man was preparing his portable shelter to head out there and told me that the tracks he'd be following were not of his making.
Except for these two anglers, there wasn't anyone on the lake and there were no other shelters on the lake. I expect that to change this weekend as the weather warms and anglers get the itch to get back outside.
Elsewhere in the Grand Rapids area, friends were on the ice somewhere deep inside of secret territory. Inbound texts from Zach Dagel showing pictures of some very nice sunfish served to light a fire under me. So too did the images of Crappies caught by Reed Ylitalo that I saw yesterday.
Now the question; Do I go deer hunting or fishing this weekend? Hmm... Maybe some Multi-Tasking is in order, maybe I can do...

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image denotes field report (11/26) The West side of Lake Mille Lacs was frozen as far as one could see from Highway 169 on Tuesday.
The Ice was smooth, clear and free of snow for a mile, maybe more. There was a visible ridge of ice in the distance, probably cause by strong winds breaking up the thinner ice in the mid-section of the lake.
There was a handful of portable fishing shelters located near shore in a variety of places. There were no permanent shelters or ATV's on the ice and from what I could see; foot travel appears to be the only mode of transportation so far.
image denotes field report (11/26) Except for Roosevelt and Thunder Lakes, which are still both partially open; there was evidence of light fishing traffic on almost all of the smaller lakes that can be seen along the route between Garrison and Deer River.
Bay Lake, Serpent, Rabbit, Emily and others either had traffic on them or had frozen ice piles where anglers had previously augured holes.
There were a couple of permanent shelters in the mix, indicating that there had been some light ATV traffic, but still, most of the shelters were portables and likely placed by anglers traveling on foot.
Greg Clusiau Fishing Report (11/26) From The Iron Range, Greg Clusiau wrote; "Lake ice is firming up very well and I’ve made a few successful fishing trips thus far. Two have been to small first-to-freeze lakes that generously give up crappies of the smaller variety. I know, small fish, but at this stage of the game I’ll take what Mother Nature offers, as I really don’t have a choice in the matter.
Sandwiched in between the panfish trips was an outing on Upper Red Lake. Here, we went a mile out, finding 10” of ice and 9’ of water, which kept us on hungry walleye all day long.
This lake never ..." Learn More >> Read Greg Clusiau's Full Report .
image denotes field report (11/26) Grand Rapids Crappie Lakes Productive For Reed Ylitalo (11/26) - Reed Ylitalo reports that the ice conditions on Grand Rapids area Crappie Lakes are good. Playing his location(s) close to the vest, Ylitalo provides these clues for Crappie ... Read >> Grand Rapids Fishing Report .
image denotes field report (11/26) On Upper Red Lake (11/26) Gary Riegel fished this weekend dropped a note that said; "Ended up with 6 fish missed two. There was 10 inches of ice, during the day, we had had some breaks open up." Gary called it a bad day catching, but good day fishing.
image denotes question from reader (11/26) Ice Augers - Dave Peterson wrote; Hey Jeff, I'm an on-air volunteer at KAXE, the radio station where I met you 2 or 3 years ago.
I'm looking for your opinion on buying a new ice auger. I'm 67, in pretty good shape, spear 60-70 % of my winter fishing and I'm due for a good new ice auger.
Gas vs Battery? 8" vs 10"? Good model and brand of each?
A) Well Dave, you are not the only one asking this question. In fact, I'm trying to make the same decision for myself right now and after already shelling out some hard earned cash on augers that have disappointed me, I'm trying to get it right this time too.
Tackling this one is tricky because I hate to denigrate a product by citing examples from sampling polls that are too small to provide solid scientific information.
But based solely on my own observations, ice augers on the market today are becoming generally less dependable, not more.
I can't see that it matters if they happen to be Red, Green, Yellow or Blue. Either me, or somebody that I know has had one of them and sooner or later they've been disappointed by too many of them.
I picked up a shiny Red 4-Stroke last winter and at first, it appeared to be the ideal machine. It was quiet, easy starting and absolutely smoke free. The honeymoon was short though and before winter's end, it failed me twice; leaving me stranded on Devils Lake for almost a week, without ever providing me a single hole to fish through. Luckily, I had friends who were having better luck with their augers (at the time).
I'll admit that we are a demanding bunch, hard core anglers who ask the machines to perform no matter how rugged the conditions. But that said, I still think that we should be able to expect one season of relatively trouble free operation from ANY new auger.
From what I've seen, every manufacturer has some tried and true models, machines that have been around and have a proven track record. So I believe that there are still enough good ones out there to provide you with some good choices.
Consider this, you and I have different fishing styles. You mention up to 70% of your time is spent spearing. That means that you'll need to use it inside of a shelter and perhaps an LP Gas or electric model will serve best your needs.
For me, the auger will be asked to perform almost entirely outside where a 2 stroke would be fine. In other words, if you bump into me on the lake, don't be surprised if I suggest one auger for you and wind up with a different one for myself.
First, the easy part of your question; how big should the holes be 8 or 10 inches?
For me, an auger with a 10 inch bit is way too much tool for the job. While I'm exploring territory, I do a lot of walking while I'm carrying the auger. So the extra weight is a concern and so are those gigantic holes. I have stepped into enough ice holes to know that the smaller the hole is, the less chance I have of breaking my ankle.
Unless I was spending lots of time fishing for Lake Trout in Canada or monster Pike someplace like Lake of the Woods, a 10 inch hole will never be needed. Besides, it is a lot easy to drill a smaller hole too; in fact for fishing Panfish, I'm setting myself up this year with a 6 inch bit instead of the conventional 8 inch.
Now the hard part ... to be continued

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image denotes link to Pines Resort on Lake Winnie On Lake Winnibigoshish (11/22) John Seekon, The Pines Resort sent some photos of the ice on Big Winnie where he says; "Winnie has been frozen up for over a week now and there are reports of 5 to 7 inches of ice near shore. I talked to a local gentleman today who was headed out from the birches landing."
John is hustling right now, getting plow trucks and fishhouses ready for the upcoming ice fishing season. Contact The Pines Resort for lodging and ice shelter rentals on Lake Winnibigoshish .


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jeff sundin (11/22) YOU KNOW that Multi-Tasking is my middle name. That's why I had to chuckle about the title that Jeff Samsel chose for this recent artlice about getting ready for early season, multi-species ice fishing.
“Crappies here,” Jeff Sundin told me as he began drilling holes 100 yards or so from where we’d just caught bluegills. From atop the ice, everything looked the same. I knew Sundin knew what was beneath us, though, so I upsized my offering and tipped it with a minnow head, and it wasn’t long before I was pulling a ..." Read Article >> Multi-Tasking Perch Bluegill and Crappie .
image of fish smiley (11/20) Lake Winnibigoshish Walleye Protected Slot Limit Change
The proposed rule that will change the protected slot size for Walleyes on Lake Winnie has passed the legislative process and nowawaits the signature of the DNR comissioner Tom Landwher.
Under the new rule, the bag limit remains at 6 fish and the protected slot will be 18 to 23 inches. That means that anglers will be allowed to posess 6 Walleye up to 18 inches long, unless they catch and choose to keep one fish over 23 inches. In that case a fisherman would be allowed 5 fish under 18 inches and 1 fish over 23 inches.
image of fish smiley (11/20) Win A Custom Made "Wheel House" and Ice Fish In Style!
The Dassel-Cokato, MN Future Farmers of America is raffling off a Pile Of Prizes including the 1st place prize, a custom made fish house valued at over $10,000.00. It was made by the late Richard Sawatzke of Howard Lake, MN and it's got everything you'll need to fish in style this winter.

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wheel house to be raffled

The goal is to raise funding so that a small group of FFA Ambassadors can make a trip to South Africa in August of 2015.
Helping out came naturally for me because I have a huge soft spot for the Dassel-Cokato area. That's because this is where I learned how to catch my first fish, bag my first Duck and walk through the corn fields for Pheasants.
Learning how to fish and hunt, along with other assorted shenanigans that I got myself into, made my Grandmother's little Green cabin on Big Swan Lake, the developmental epicenter for my love of the outdoors.
"Agriculture is of huge importance to our area fishermen and women" said Katherine Meredith, alumni member. I agree and as an outdoorsman, I can't think of anything smarter than bulding good relationships with our "Future Farmers". You know, the ones who are going to decide whether or not our grandkids will get to hunt or not.

Do me a favor and lend them a hand and pick up a raffle ticket for $10.00. There's a good chance that you might just be trailering that custom made ice shack onto the lake after the drawing this December 8, 2014.
Ticket sales end on November 30, 2014 and for your convenience, tickets can be delivered by mail. The drawing will be held on December 8, 2014 at the Dassel-Cokato School, Ag department, 8:00 PM
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image of fish smiley (11/20) Upper Red Lake walleye regulations more restrictive this winter season
The Minnesota DNR announced more restrictive regulations for Walleye angling during the upcoming winter season.
“More restrictive walleye regulations are not an indication of any biological problems with the walleye population on Upper Red Lake,” said Gary Barnard, Bemidji area fisheries supervisor. “The current walleye fishery is in excellent shape, but the great fishing has attracted considerably more angling pressure, which resulted in walleye harvest exceeding the safe harvest range for the first time since walleye angling reopened in 2006.”
Effective Dec. 1, anglers can only keep three walleye, and the possession limit is also three. Anglers must immediately release all walleye from 17- to 26-inches. Only one walleye in possession may be longer than 26 inches. Read Full Story >> Upper Red Lake Walleye Regulations .
image denotes fishing question from a reader (11/19) Mary Beth wrote; "We read your fishing report daily! LOVE IT! Q) Does the Mississippi freeze over to ice fish on? We recently bought a home on the River (in the Bemidji area); and we were wondering about fishing conditions there. And/or if you could direct me to sites that would give more information on fishing that area.
A) Mary Beth, you are located very close to some fantastic lakes for ice fishing and I think that you will enjoy much greater success if you focus on fishing the lakes, rather than that particular stretch of river.
Since I don't know exactly where you're located, I can't rule out the prospect that you would find some good fishing on the river, near your home. In order for your plan to come together though ... Read More >> Mississippi River Fishing

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image of fish smiley (11/18) By now you've already read that it's too late to be the first one out on the ice and as you'll see in the following story by Greg Clusiau, Walleye fishermen are already hoofing it onto Red Lake.
By this weekend, ooportunities will be numerous and it looks like maybe, just maybe, the weather will cooperate a little bit too. Wouldn't a beautiful day on the ice just be lovely?
Greg Clusiau Fishing Report (11/18) From The Iron Range, Greg Clusiau wrote; "A few daring souls have already made the trip up to Upper Red Lake for a crack at some first-ice walleyes. They made it out, experiencing 4” of ice, and found poor fishing, which really surprised me. A recent study found plenty of walleyes waiting to be caught and it looks to be another banner year of fishing on Upper Red Lake. As a matter-of-fact, I’m thinking of abandoning the last weekend of deer season for some ..." Read More >> Read Greg Clusiau's Field Report .

image of Gus' Place Logo (11/16) Gus' Place Resort, Ball Club Lake; - Pre-season ice fishing report; "The last couple of weeks we have been hosting deer hunters hunting in the Chippewa national forest. After the preoccupation with hunting and as the hunters fill their tags we will soon be thinking about ice fishing.
Although Ball Club Lake most likely has several weeks before we will be ice fishing, recent cold weather has given the ice fishing a good start. Nearby small, shallow lakes are freezing over, but Ball Club Lake is quite deep and we have ice around the shoreline only.
I expect walkout fishing mid-December to around Christmas and even sooner on the South end of the lake.
As in past recent years we will renting ice fishing “day” houses available for both angling and spearing and of course cabin rentals never close here at Gus’ Place.
The day houses will not go out till we have around 16 inches of ice, usually after Christmas.
If you haven’t done so; this is an excellent time to get out your winter gear, make sure you can find everything and fire up that auger. The last head ach you need is an auger that won’t start on your first trip out on the ice.
Call us anytime for ice conditions, prices and of course reservations" - Gus Sheker, Gus' Place Resort ( 1-888-246-8520 )
image denotes fishing question from a reader (11/16) Mike Collins checked back in with a comment and question; "By dawns light I have open water patches directly in front of my cabin on the Northeast side of Bowstring Lake. Otherwise lake appears to be mostly iced over. To change the subject ...
I would like to try Sturgeon fishing next year any recommendations? - Mike Collins
A) For aspiring Sturgeon fishermen in Northern Minnesota, the Rainy River is the most productive destination. The spring spawning run is in itself, a very popular destination for fishermen during April and early May.
The fishing is not complicated; A medium heavy rod like a Musky bucktail rod, a flippin stick or even a heavy action Bass casting rod will do the trick. The rigs are set up a lot like Lindy Rigs using a heavy sinker and a short Snell with a 2/0 Salmon Egg hook. The bait most often used is live night Crawlers.
Productive areas are typically the edges of deep water holes. The shallower flats found immediately adjacent to these holes are usually reliable and the fish range everywhere from Baudette to International Falls.
Earlier this spring, there was a very good article about some Sturgeon fishermen who were using side imaging to spot the fish, then positioning upstream to try and catch it. More like hunting than fishing, the system seemed interesting to me and could be a lot of fun.
NOTE: I will see about finding that article myself, but if somebody remembers the one I'm thinking of, please do us a favor and give us a heads up about where to find it.

image of Pat Kalmerton holding big Walleye on ice November 15, 2014 "On the first run through, one dude drills, while the other follows with a sonar, dipping the transducer in each new hole. Sonar guy keeps driller guy on target with depth, as he also checks for fish with a portable unit. When he sees something that looks like a good fish, sonar guy might also trace an “F” or “BF” (big fish) in the snow, which assures they’ll X-mark-the-spot with a tip-up next run through. At the end of a bait set run, each fisherman ..." Read Story >> Progressive Tip-Up Tactics On Ice

This Saturday 10:30 on Fox Sports North Fish Ed TV Features Ice Fishing Devils Lake Perch and Northern Minnesota Crappies

Be sure to tune in, you won't want to miss this one! First, North Dakota for walleye action on Devils Lake and then back to Northern Minnesota for winter crappie action.
Fish Ed TV helps anglers of any skill level catch more fish. Not only does host Jon Thelen show anglers exactly how to maximize techniques and tactics, but viewers also get ... Read Story >> Fish Ed TV on Fox Sports North

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image denotes fishing report submitted by Jeff Sundin Fishing Report October 29, 2014 - "Catching Up With Fishing News"

I'd be surprised if there was much boat traffic on the Itasca area lakes this Tuesday. It was rainy, breezy and many of the day’s high temperatures began with the number 3. That helped take the sting out missing my boat on my first O-Fish-All day off.
Just because I wasn't in the boat doesn't mean that I wasn't working though. Yesterday was the fall meeting of the Minnesota DNR Walleye Workshop and that's where I spent my day.
I learned a lot yesterday, but more importantly, I learned that I'm gonna be learning a lot more in the near future.
For me, the term bioenergetics hadn't even shown up on the radar screen. But that's not true about Tyler Ahrenstorff, DNR fisheries research biologist. Ahrenstorff and his team have been working on Lake Mille Lacs, learning more about "who's eating who" in that system and for me, some of the results weren't exactly what I expected to hear.
You see the big mystery about Lake Mille Lacs Lake and its declining Walleye population isn't that the fish are not spawning, they are and they're spawning in good numbers. The young fish survive well for the first year, showing up in good numbers during test netting. The real problem is that after that, somewhere between their 1st and 2nd year, they ... read >> Mille Lacs Lake Walleye Study
image denotes fishing question from reader (10/29) Kevin Scott asks about Ice Fishing Line; "Hey Jeff, I have a question for you! I am re-spooling my "ice fishing" reels and what do you feel is the best fishing line out there for my panfish reels and also my walleye and perch reels? There are many options so hoping you can give your thoughts.
A) Kevin, I use and love Lindy's Ice Line. I have 2 lb test on my panfish rods and 5 lb test on my Walleye rods. I've suggested it to people before and sometimes they report that it can be tricky to find at local tackle shops. I checked Lindy's website and at the moment, they say that it's out of stock.
A very good alternative is to use a line produced by Silver Thread that they call "Silver Thread Trout". It's a copolymer line that resists being saturated by the water, making it much less likely to freeze up during the cold weather.
The Silver Thread is readily available online through the Lurenet website so here's a link to Silver Thread Trout fishing line.

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Today November 27, 2014

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In the Grand Rapids area, friends were on the ice, fishing for Bluegills somewhere deep inside of secret territory.

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November 23, 2014


Upper Red Lake is synonymous with Early season Walleye fishing. Jon Thelen shares his system for tackling early ice white tails!

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November 22, 2014

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Photos courtesy The Pines Resort: Where the outlook for and early ice fishing season action on Lake Winnibigoshish is good.

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"Lake Winnie has been frozen up for over a week, with reports of 5 to 7 inches of ice near shore". Says John Seekon, The Pines Resort .

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Even the deepest lakes are givining in to the Big Chill. The deep water portion of this Grand Rapids area lake skimmed over on Thursday.


November 20, 2014

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The Dassel Cokato FFA Raffle features the 1st place prize, a custom made fish house made by the late Richard Sawatzke of Howard Lake, MN. It's valued at over $10,000.00.


November 19, 2014

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Photo courtesy Brenda Forster: Who heard from a friend on a Grand Rapids area lake this Tuesday. Ice was 4-1/2 inches and walking conditions were good.

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Don't look for ice on Pokegama Lake, it's gonna be a quiet weekend there for ice fishermen and golfers alike.

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On Bass lake, the North end is freezing around the edges, but there's a large open water hole at mid lake. The South Bay of Bass is fully ice covered.

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Parked for the winter.


November 18, 2014


November 17, 2014


Jon Thelen reveals the secret about how he got into such fantastic Perch fishing during the 2013 ice fishing season. The Perch Talker is on the shelves now, watch this video and see why you need some.  


Jeff Sundin shows you a slick trick that shows "How To Safely Remove Hooks" from deep in the mouth of a fish. Learning this trick is a must for dedicated ice anglers.

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2,301,120 Lucky Number for November 17, 2014


November 16, 2014

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The Minnesota DNR advises 4 inches of ice will you there (and back) so don't push it. At the rate we're going, there will be dozens of lakes with ice thick enough for hoofing it to your honey hole by next weekend.

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Photo courtesy Gus' Place Resort: Where it's dawning on Ball Club Lake fans that the ice fishing season is only a few weeks away.


Read >> November 15, 2014

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White Oak Lake, south of Deer River was frozen all the way across on Friday. Not enough to take a walk, but getting darn close.

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Photo Chris Andresen: At the other end of Minnesota, Lake Elysian was already frozen over on Friday too.

Photo of Bowstring Lake ice conditions
Photo Mike Collins: Bowstring Lake was freezing on Friday morning. It make be ice-covered already today, we'll know soon.


November 14, 2014

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Photos courtesy Williams Narrows Resort Webcam: Ice covers the bay (First River) between Williams Narrows and Little Cutfoot Sioux.

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On Cutfoot Sioux, the view still shows open water over most of the lake. You can check conditions yourself by clicking >> Williams Narrows Webcams



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