Posts Tagged 'bluegills'

The Panfish are Going Ballistic in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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In the past 2 weeks we have seen ice conditions drastically improve for lake travel. Auto travel is done but you can still access the lakes via ATV, UTV and snowmobiles. Some lakes do have some slush under the top layer of ice but for the most part, the lakes have sealed up with the cold temps at night. The best part about those low temps is they are keeping the accesses sealed as well.

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Extravaganza is Here and the Fishing is Still Solid

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Its that time of year again when we all get together and suffer through brutal cold at the chance of winning one of the $150,000 worth of prizes on Gull Lake.  Its such wonderful event that the Brainerd JayCee’s that raises some awesome funds for the area.  So many fishermen but so few prizes but I will be out there battling the cold with hopes of hooking a weighable fish.  Last year  I was invited into a group that has ...

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Summer Patterns are Forming in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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What an awesome week it has been for fishing in the Brainerd Lakes Area despite the rain we have been receiving.  Bass, crappies and bluegills have all in their post spawn patterns and walleyes are starting to transition into their mid summer patterns.

Brainerd Area Fishing Report
The bluegills have finished their spawn and have transitioned nicely to the weedy points and inside turns.  Fish have been fairly active at all times of the day.  Fishing a slip bobber ...

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Plenty of Ice Left in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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I am normally home for weekends but this past weekend was a little different.  I had the privilege to film an episode for Jason Mitchell Outdoors at Wekusko Falls Lodge in northern Manitoba targeting giant lake trout.  Fish up to 40+ inches seen day light and it is going to be an awesome episode to say the least!   I did get the chance to rip a few lips myself catching several walleyes and a really nice pike. Continue Reading →

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