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#2329310 - 08/09/10 08:52 AM
Re: Nungesser Fishing Reports
kgeary Offline
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Registered: 10/10/06
Posts: 42
Loc: Red Lake Ontario, Canada
August 1-7
8/1
Great day gentle winds from the West
fishing was a bit slow in the morning
fish were biting very light.
by noon they were up and at em.
Most were in 18-20 feet.

Hayden and I fished the hump in north bay and had quite a few doubles.
that slowed down and we went over by the island in north bay.
I got some good pics and video footage of a Pike eating a walleye.

Then Dennis Kellner "the Walleye Wizard" pulled out a Massive Walleye over 30 inches.
Dennis caught a Goliath 32 incher in North Bay two years ago but this fish was thicker and heavier.
A truly marvelous trophy Walleye.
Not many people have caught two walleye of this size.

The Leonowitz group had a slow day, but I’m sure they will have better luck tomorrow.

Mike and his family caught several eaters and some size. They fished out of north bay using crawlers mainly.

8/2
Scattered clouds throughout the day. Slight hail storm that lasted about 20 minutes near the east side of the lake towards big bay. Slight winds from the north. Water temperature at 66 F.

Peter and john from cabin 3 got caught in the storm, but managed to slide in to shore while it past near the twin humps. They had a slow day, “we caught about 10 walleye in one spot within 10 minutes. We should of stayed.” said Peter, then they mainly fished for pike with no success. Hopefully they have better luck tomorrow.

Mike and his family also had a rather slow day, catching about 20 walleye and a few pike. They fished out of north bay.

The Leonowitz group had a better day today fishing out of the sand flats. They had several pike come up to the surface and take swipes at walleye they had on the line. They brought in about 57. And a few pike.

8/3
Scattered clouds with light showers throughout the day. Wind blowing in from the northeast with water temperature at 66 F.
Peter and John headed to the east side of the lake near pike alley. They had about 40 the largest at 20”.
The Leonowitz group fished out of big bay and brought in about 40 as well. They used mainly gulp minnows.

Mike and his family went out south bay and had an ok day, bringing in about 60 using crawlers and had a few pike.

8/4
Light showers in the a.m. Overcast throughout the day, with occasional sunlight. Winds blowing from the northwest.
The Leonowitz group fished out of north bay and had a rough day bringing in close to 40 the biggest at 23” caught by Jack. They used a variety of gulp baits.

Mike and his family fished near the green narrows and south bay. They had about 37 using crawlers.

Peter and John went to the twin humps and the flats and had about 60, the biggest at 23” using minnows and crawlers, with a few pike as well.

8/5
Scattered clouds throughout the day with some strong winds blowing in from the north causing some white caps. Water temperature was at 66 F.

John and Peter went out to big bay and surrounding area, for a total of about 30 with a few pike. They used crawlers mainly.

Myron, Sean, Wade, and Andrew went out with the Walleye wizard to north bay, and had roughly about 70 walleye with the largest at 24". They fishid with orange jig heads using minnows.

8/6
Scattered clouds in the a.m. with sunshine in the afternoon. Mild winds form the northwest. Water temperature at 66F.
Kevin and family went out to big hump and brought along Mike and his family for shore lunch. They hauled in about 200 fish collectively. Mike went out later in the afternoon and had “litereally the last fish of the trip” a nice 26” walleye before pulling in to the dock. They used jig heads with crawlers and minnows.

John and Peter went out toward pike alley and brought in about 50, and a few pike, using spinner rigs and jig heads with gulp baits.

Myron and his group had about 100 walleye fishing out of the flats, using crawlers.

8/7
Myron and his group totaled 322 Walleye.
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#2334472 - 08/16/10 02:01 PM
Re: Nungesser Fishing Reports [Re: kgeary]
kgeary Offline
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Registered: 10/10/06
Posts: 42
Loc: Red Lake Ontario, Canada
August 7-14
8/7
Scattered clouds throughout the day, lake was “dead calm” with water temperature at 69 F. Slow day for most.
Myron and his group totaled 322 Walleye.

8/8
Clear skies throughout the day, Lake was calm again with some wind coming in from the north in the afternoon, but very subtle.
The Anderson group had an ok day, hauling in about 33 with the largest at 24”
The Reynolds group also had a slow day, bringing in about 50 with the largest at 22”
Hopefully things pick up tomorrow.

8/9
Clear skies with the temperature at about 77 to 80 F and water temp at about 70F. “Glass Lake” in the am and some in the afternoon up until about 3pm.
The Anderson group had a good day, fishing out of north bay, they hauled in about 150 walleye. Using various jig heads and gulp baits.

The Reynolds group also had a good day, bringing in about 100, the biggest at 23” the also fished out of north bay using jig heads and some spinner baits.

8/10
Clear skies in the am, mild overcast by the afternoon. Humid day today, temperature at 85 F and water temp at 72F. Great day for a dip out in the lake. Little to no winds with some chop out on the lake.
They Reynolds group had a “wonderful” day. They fished out of big bay, and caught a few big ones, including a 24 and 26” walleye. They were mainly jigging with crawlers and gulp baits. A few pike came up and took swipes at walleye they had hooked.

The Anderson group fished out of North bay and wolf island. Bringing in about 57 walleye and a few pike. Using spinner rigs and occasional jigs.

8/11
Slight overcast throughout the day with mild winds from the north. Water temperature at 68F.
The Anderson group had a good day, catching about 70 with the biggest at 23”. Using spinner rigs and jig heads with crawlers and minnows.
The Reynolds group also had a good day, bringing in about 100, the biggest at 22” and a few pike.

8/12
Early showers, clear by the afternoon with mild winds from the north east. Water temperature at 66F.
The Reynolds group had about 66 today, with the biggest at 21” using jig heads.
The Anderson group brought in about 60, the biggest at 24” using jig heads as well, they also caught a few pike.

8/13
Showers throughout the day, with mild winds from the north and water temperature at 65F.
The Anderson group and Reynolds group had a total of about 1200 walleye and a couple dozen pike. They are departing today, see ya next year.
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#2340221 - 08/24/10 11:30 AM
Re: Nungesser Fishing Reports [Re: james_walleye]
kgeary Offline
HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 10/10/06
Posts: 42
Loc: Red Lake Ontario, Canada
August 14-21
8/14
Scattered clouds throughout the day. Mild winds blowing from the North with water temperature at 65. Fish are hitting at 15 to 20 feet of water. Northerns are hiding in their usual spots in the weed beds waiting for the perfect opportunity to feed.

8/15
Scattered clouds in the a.m. with clear skies by the afternoon. Water temperature at 66F.
Kim, Tom and the rest of the guys from cabin 1 fished out of north bay and brought in about 120 collectively. Using spinners and bounce baits.

8/16
Light showers throughout the day, with some heavy winds from the north causing some major white caps from 2 to 5 feet. Making it nearly impossible to navigate and fish comfortably. Most everybody stayed in until the winds died down in the afternoon.
The fellas from cabin one went out to the green narrows near camp for a while, but had little success.

8/17
Scattered clouds throughout the day up until around 5pm. It was nice to see the sun come up for a brief moment. Mild to strong winds coming from the north with water temperature at 66F.

8/18
Clear skies with some clouds in the afternoon. The sun felt really nice with a cool breeze to go along with it. Water temperature at 65F. Mild winds from the south east.
Lee and the guys from cabin seven arrived today, and went out for about an hour by fish gut island, and had a few.
Tom and the fellas from cabin 1 and 5 went out to big bay and the sand flats. They hauled in about 100 walleye, with a few pike.

8/19
Strong winds from the north causing some major white caps. Scattered clouds with water temperature at 66F.
Lee, Roy and the guys from cabin 7 went out to north bay and had little success due to the wind which made it quite difficult to fish. They will give it another shot tomorrow.

8/20
Mild to strong winds from the north east. Clear skies with water temperature at a steady 63 F. Lee, Roy and the fellas from cabin one had an unsuccessful morning. Kevin took them out and showed them a few spots in north bay, where they were just “slamming” them. Lee said that they had the best afternoon thus far. Hauling in about 50 walleye withing a couple hours. They also caught a six pound sucker using a orange jig head and a crawler.

8/21
Strong winds from the east. Water temperature at 66F with scattered clouds throughout the day.
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#2340456 - 08/24/10 05:36 PM
Re: Nungesser Fishing Reports [Re: kgeary]
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Registered: 01/24/01
Posts: 4291
Loc: SE MN
My relatives are up there right now! Been wondering how they are doing.
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