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Windy stormy weather this past week resulted in very few fisherman making it
out. Those who have made it out have found perch fishing quite spotty. A few
fish are being caught in Black Tiger, Skadsens, and in Creel Bay. On the plus
side, the walleye fishing really picked up the past couple weeks. Anglers are
doing quite well just off the East Bay boat ramp, the Storm Sewer area,
Foughty's Point, and the Mauvee area. Raps, nils masters, buckshot rattle
spoons, sonars, chubby darters, and small jigs tipped with minnows have been
working the best. Some pike continue to be caught in the north end of Six Mile
and the Mauvee Coulee. Smelt or herring on tip ups have been the most
productive. The main sheet of the ice remains in good condition. Shorelines
are deteriorating and getting on the ice in some spots can be difficult at
times. With spring melting, the water is starting to move creating hazardous
conditions near bridges and coulees. Please use extreme caution in these
areas. Tonight the Lake Region Anglers will be having their annual meeting at
the Devils Lake KC Hall. Lunch will be served at 6:00pm with the meeting
starting thereafter. Guest speakers include Randy Hiltner and Pat
Stockdill.
 
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