Author Topic: The Shoal Lakes  (Read 836 times)

Offline Biggaboy

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The Shoal Lakes
« on: Jan 01, 2021, 08:20 AM »
Are the Shoal Lakes still ďa thingĒ for chasing perch? I want to do some different lakes this year, get away from all the Red and Big Windy crowds (and hoards of newbies killing off COVID time).

I know posts have been scarce in the last 5 years and itís been overfished, reportedly. Donít want to be part of ďthe problemĒ, but would like some action that isnít sauger and walleye.

Offline Blue Mago

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Re: The Shoal Lakes
« Reply #1 on: Jan 02, 2021, 12:53 PM »
My son went this morning , walked onto West , says 8 inchs of ice
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Offline Blue Mago

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Re: The Shoal Lakes
« Reply #2 on: Jan 03, 2021, 08:51 AM »
My son went this morning , walked onto West , says 8 inchs of ice

Correction ..............apparent ly they drove on and he said to keep to trails as the snow is rather deep and they had gone out about two miles ..............ice had been 16 inchs .Bite was slow and at the end of the day they took home 8 perch in the ten inch range .
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