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Outdoor Adventures

Crappies and sunfish on Buffalo Lake, Rock Lake, Little Maple Lake, Granite, Pleasant, John & Sylvia. 20 to 40 feet of water on minnows and euro larve. Walleyes - Buffalo Lake, Clearwater, Pleasant & Cokato. 18 to 26 feet of water. Norners - catching themon area lakes. 10-16 feet of water...
Little Maple Lake, Lake John, Lake Marie, Moose Lake, and Granite Lake are producing crappies over 15 to 40 feet and sunfish in 10 to 18 feet. Look for crappies and walleyes in 15 to 25 feet on Buffalo Lake, while Clearwater Lake and Sugar Lake are producing some walleyes in 16 to 24 feet. Northern...
Shiner minnows continue to produce walleyes early and late each day on Buffalo Lake and Clearwater Lake in 15 to 22 feet. Tip-ups and sucker minnows are producing northern pike in 12 to 14 feet on Maple Lake, Clearwater, Granite Lake, Cedar Lake, and Lake John. Look for sunfish in 8 to 14 feet and...
Most lakes now have 4 to 6 inches of ice, but there are pockets of slush to deal with on some. A few walleyes are coming off Clearwater Lake, Lake Sylvia, Buffalo Lake, and Sugar Lake in 14 to 20 feet. Look for sunfish on Clearwater, Sylvia, Lake John, Ramsey Lake, and Maple Lake in 10 to 18 feet,...
As of Tuesday morning, anglers were finding 4 inches of ice on the spots they've been checking - mainly small bodies of water, bays, and wind-protected lakes. There hasn't been much fishing to report, but there should be quite a few options on those traditional, first-ice locations by this weekend...
The good news is that the lakes were ice-free during last weekend's snow event. With the exception of a few spots on some of the larger lakes, everything's again covered with a thin layer of ice early this week. Little Jim's Bait (320) 274-5297
While some ice remains on the small, wind-protected bays and lakes, there was quite a bit of open water reappearing this week. It's going to take a stretch of cold air and calm winds for walkable ice to form on the small lakes. Little Jim's Bait (320) 274-5297  
While there was some ice forming on the small lakes, it has deteriorated quite a bit since last week. Any ice that remained early this week also looks soft and most big lakes were being kept open by the wind and warm weather of late. Little Jim's Bait (320) 274-5297  
Most hunting groups report good success and they're seeing plenting of deer. The very small bays hav eice on them, while the main bodies of most lakes were open or had a thin layer of ice as of Tuesday morning. A few ducks still being taken. Little Jim's Bait (320) 274-5297  
With a lack of anglers and skim ice taking hold on many small bays and ponds, there isn't anything to report on the local fishing scene. Most boats also have been put away and are now waiting for ice to form. Good luck to all the deer hunters! Little Jim's Bait (320) 274-5297  

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