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May 20, 2020 Lake Gogebic report overall is slow for the walleye bite. Anglers are working mainly jig and minnow combos or leeches in some very shallow water 3 to 6ft. with some success early and late in the day. Other fair reports are working 19 to 22ft. right on bottom using the same. Despite cool water temps the smallmouth action has picked up with summer like weather, but the season does not open until May 23rd. Reports of many northern being caught but most are small. Good Luck! Barry “Bear”Drew Nine Pines, www.ninepines.com

May 16, 2020 Lake Gogebic opener has seen mixed results with anglers reports. Some not doing so well locating fish while others are doing well! Looks like fish are not done spawning yet and males are still milking. Some good reports from shallow areas 6ft. to 12ft with others doing well in 17ft. to 20ft. depths. Mostly a jig and a minnow bite with anglers reporting leeches as the best for them. Water temps around 46 degrees is a good indicator fish may still be near spawning areas. Best of luck! Barry “Bear” Drews Nine Pines www.ninepines.com

April 30, 2020 Lake Gogebic is looking more like spring. Main lake ice has gone out with exception of some floating ice sections in some areas. The Walleye opener on May 15th is looking promising. Stay Safe From Barry “Bear”Drews, NinePines Resort ,www.ninepinesresort.com

April 8, 2020 Lake Gogebic update. Late ice perch fishing ended on a slow note with all the travel restrictions in place not much activity was no surprise. The lake is locked up pretty tight yet but NOT safe for travel. The snow melt has been slow and some areas are opening up near shore. Will update when the ice goes out. We are all looking forward to the Walleye opener on May 15th. Everyone stay safe. From Barry “Bear” Drews, Nine Pines Resort , www.ninepinesresport.com

March 12, 2020 Lake report has been up and down recently. with both good and poor reports from day to day from mainly perch anglers. Working the using wigglers in 24ft. to 29ft. depths some has had fair success while others are marking fish but struggling to get a bite. Lake conditions have been fair overall, but changing daily with warm temps or rain causing the surface to be soft by the end of the day, but with temps in the teens at night, travel been good in the morning most days. Ice reports are about a foot and a half of that being white ice. Reminder that walleye season closes Sunday March 15th. From Barry “Bear” Drews Nine Pines, www.ninepines.com

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