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Bullheads just after ice-out?

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In metro area lakes, do bullheads congregate in fishable numbers after ice-out? I've read that in some eastern lakes they can be found in the shallows. Thanks.

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I catch them every year while some of the lake is still iced over. Look for them in north bays that have had sun shining on them with no wind distubance. Best luck is usually right at sunset

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Ralph do you eat your bullies? There great smoked,Most oily fish are.If ya come out I'll show ya a spot you can through a spear and get 5-6 each toss!I net them for catfish bait.

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Ralph do you eat your bullies?


Ralph will eat and drink just about anything grin.gif...


Yeah, I love those 28+" walleyes...mmmm mmmm mmmmmm!

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Ryan,

I jog (OK walk mostly!) around Rice Lake in Maple Grove, not far from you at all. Tons of bullies in there, see people up in the channel area where there a bridge in the Spring catching them there. Close to home, maybe worth a try..... I know they have been drawing the levels down, but the bullies should be OK.

You find the pattern and I'll meet ya there!

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