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Fishing remained spotty this past week. Some perch continue to be caught on
the lake, but the bite remains somewhat slow and sporadic. The best places for
perch have been the mouth of Creel Bay, Black Tiger Bay, and the Foughty's
Point area. Hali's, forage minnows, small raps, and hanger rigs with ratso or
ratfinkies tipped with wax worms, spikes, or perch eyes have been producing the
best. Walleye fishing remains fair with fish being caught near the Mauvee
bridge, Mission Bay, Foughty's Point, the Storm Sewer area, and the Fort Totten
area. Try using buckshot rattlespoons, nils masters, humpbacks, or raps tipped
with minnows or minnow heads. Rockier areas or just off the edges of trees
have been the better spots. Pike fishing remains good with fish being taken in
Six Mile Bay, the Mauvee area, Pelican Lake, and the area near Churches Ferry.
Smelt or herring on tip ups or sonars have been working the best. Ice
conditions are deteriorating and vehicle traffic is not recommended. The
shorelines are melting and making getting on and off difficult. Anglers should
start using atv's or walking out only. Good Luck and Good
Fishing!!!
 
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