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April Morson Fishing Report

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Typically hit rainy in April but sounds like we need to keep the options open. Does anyone know the conditions on LOTW or have any fishing reports? Are the walleyes and trout open though the 15th of April? Typically head up in early March thus not too familiar with April ice fishing. Any help would be great. Thanks!

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Walleyes are open till the 15th and trout doesn't close till October 1st. I heard that this past week snow machine travel was still happening and the trout were biting good.

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My brother is up on the Lake and he's says the fishing is very good. Lots of walleye, with an occassional big northern. (A couple 39" northern). Lakers are going good, they (2 of them) got 7 on Thursday, 5 over 30". Ice travel on sleds is the best of the season after the snow and cold.

I'm heading up on Tuesday, so I'll report when I get back. Taking the walleye rods in case the RR turns on and the mud stays away.

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We were still driving trucks on the ice this weekend. But with the warmer weather forcast will be only sleds and four wheelers for the next week or so walleyes were slower than week before but the crappies were great hard to keep up with two rods.

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