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Fishing Dates

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As the season for walleye & pike is quickly coming to an end, I thought I'd post some fishing dates for folks to keep in mind:


February 15th-End of walleye, pike, muskie & bass season.

February 21st-ICE Series Crappie Contest on Upper Red Lake-8am-2pm-WestWind. Preregister now for only $10 (We were at the event on Winnie last month and it was great! We hope to see you at the Upper Red Lake event.) Winners receive trophies, tailgate style feed and they will be giving away Depth finder-MarCum LX3, Fish House-Otter, Power Auger-Eskimo, Fish House- Eskimo Quickflip, Tackle-Today's Tackle (Ice Buster Bobbers)Scenic Tackle(Angel Eyes,Glow Devils)-Bad Dog-Custom Spins and Jigs, Jacket-Columbia, Thorne Bros Sweetheart Rod, LakeMaster LakeMap and more are coming. All this for only $10 pre-registered ($15 at the door)-a link is at the top of this page.

February 29th-Fish/Ice houses must be off the ice each night south of MN Hwy 200 and U.S. Hwy 2

March 1st-2004 2004 game and fish license year begins-don't forget to get your new fishing license!!

March 15th-Fish/Ice houses must be off ice each night north of MN Hwy 200 and U.S. Hwy 2

May 15th-2004 Fishing season opener (Walleye & Northern) Notice this year it's the weekend AFTER Mother's Day. (Mothers Day weekend is Take a Mom Fishing Weekend) The 15th is also Lake Trout season opener (summer statewide)

May 29th-Bass fishing season opener

June 5th-Muskie fishing season opener


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[This message has been edited by Drake (edited 02-04-2004).]

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