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Coleman

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  • Birthday 06/27/1981

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    St. Cloud, MN
  1. I'm not sure if I'm too late or not. But, I've fished the Columbia a a few times in the last 4-5 years. Each time I've gone with a guide. A guy called Bryan Bell.....helluva fisherman, and a good guy too. And he always seemed to put us on fish; be it Sturgeon, Walleye, or bass. Maybe check him out, if you have the chance. Here's the link to his webpage. http://www.bigrodsguideservice.com/
  2. Coleman

    Yawkey Mine-Crosby

    I'm going to be at the Yawkey Mine this weekend, and I was wondering if anyone has a fishing report? I haven't ever been to this mine before, so maybe some locations on the mine, or even bait advice would be great. I printed a couple maps off from the DNR, so I have some idea of where to go, but any other help would be great. Thank you.
  3. There are some great looking cats this in post. Keep them coming guys.
  4. I believe the season opens during the first weekend of March.
  5. Thanks again. I'll continue to check into fishing the area. Hopefully we'll be able to get up there and try it out. I've gotta do something over my spring break.
  6. Renneberg, are there any locations that may work better than others? I haven't ever tried for Cohos. I've only tried fishing for Trout in Wis once, so the area is fairly new to me. Pretty much all of my experience is from Colorado. Magneto, Thanks, I'll check out the Namekagon area. We normally go to Cable to snowmobile, so that might be a good place to go. Thanks for your help guys. Cole
  7. Thanks a lot for the link. So, now I know where I can fish. But I'm not too certain where a good place would be to try. We hit the Brule river last summer and had a great time. That's why I mentioned the Brule, but obviously it will be closed during that time period. Anyone have any recommendations to try? Thanks again.
  8. Hey guys. I have spring break coming up and it appears that all the snow will be gone, so a snowmobiling trip isn't going to happen. So my dad and I were thinking about going trout fishing the second weekend of March, the 13th-15th. Where would be a good place to go in Northern Wis.? Is the Brule pretty good this time of year? It would just a catch and releast type trip too. Any information would be great. Thanks a lot. Cole
  9. Thank you sir. I found it last night with a simple search via google.
  10. Hey Stu, I know this is off topic, but is your webpage up and running again?? Thanks Cole
  11. That sounds like a redhorse sucker. I've caught a couple of those on the Horseshoe chain. One was about 5lbs. I caught it on a wax worm while fishing for sunnies on the flats.
  12. Oh by the way, I just wanted to commend you on your advice on the fishing net. We got the net you recommended when we were up there. Not sure on the make or model even, but that thing does a great job of netting. I can only remember a few times that I've got hooks caught in the net. One was from a dogfish that wouldn't stop rolling around. Also, I've been talking to my dad about getting back up there. And we might get a chance to make it up there this year. So, we'll be sure you give you a holler once we get things planned out. Good to hear you're live and well Stu. Have a good one. Cole ------------------ Fishing isn't a Hobby to me. A Hobby is something you do in your spare time.
  13. Good to hear that you're still around Stu. I doubt that you remember my dad and myself, but I'll give it a shot. My dad's name is Kenneth Blasing and mine Cole(same last name). We came up there about 6 years ago. Just wanted to say to you that we had a awesome time, and the fishing was just great. You're also the guy that turned me onto Carp fishing. And your Sugar corn fermintation mix is majic down here in MN. Here are a few pictures to refresh your memory. Although they were a while ago. But my dad hasn't changed. Pic1 Pic2 Pic3 The middle one is from the first time we were there. [This message has been edited by Coleman (edited 06-09-2003).] [This message has been edited by Coleman (edited 06-09-2003).] [This message has been edited by Coleman (edited 06-09-2003).]
  14. Yes he is. My dad and myself have been there two times. Both times the fishing was amazing. The second time we went he let me catch the bait then we used slip bobbers for the cats. Tons of fun. Also, the carp fishing was great too. I didn't even notice that he's a Mod on this board. Hopefully he'll stop by some time. ------------------ Fishing isn't a Hobby to me. A Hobby is something you do in your spare time. [This message has been edited by Coleman (edited 06-08-2003).]
  15. Hey guys. I have a question for you. I used to go to a town near Winnipeg called Selkirk, the Red ran through it. I used to fish at that dam for Big catfish. Well when we went there we had a guide called Stu Mckay(I think that's the spelling). Well this was a few years ago, and now I want to go back. But I don't know if he's still in business. I found a webpage of his place, but none of the links worked. So I couldn't view it. So, what I'm looking for is info on him and if he is still running "The Cats on the Red". Any info would be just great, or even a webpage if it work. Thanks a lot guys. ------------------ Fishing isn't a Hobby to me. A Hobby is something you do in your spare time.
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