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Lake Gogebic Ice Walleyes- Larry Smith Outdoors

Lake Gogebic Ice Walleyes- Larry Smith Outdoors

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– And remember, it’s a great day to be alive! (energetic bluegrass music) – Hey, this week we’re up in the U.P. and we’re fishing Lake Gogebic, and I’ll tell you what a real treat today, I’m being guided by two really professional guys.

And I’ll tell ya, Jon and Tom are taking our guiding today, and they’re going to put us on some walleyes. – Hi, I’m Jon Sibley I have fishwithguy.com and I guide out of Timbers Resort. Tim and Sarah are great folks over there, they have an awesome bait shop.

– [Larry] I saw that this morning, nice place. – Nice place, I mean everything you need. I’m here with Tommy Hicks, a good friend of mine from the Ice Team. He doesn’t have ice up in Superior yet, so he’s been playing around with me the last few weeks here.

Let’s talk about your guide business a little bit. – Like you said, Tommy Hicks. I own Beyond the Catch, beyondthecatch.com. I guide in Chequamegon Bay and the Apostle Islands. I’ve been up there four years now.

Grew up there born and raised. – [Larry] So you’re telling me you won’t be able to go this winter? Later this winter go up and catch some big trout? – I think we’re going to be out there in a couple weeks.

– Wow, I’m excited about that. Tell us a little bit more about your guiding up there, because that’s a very beautiful area and a very unique area. – The Apostle Islands are just fantastic. We do a lot of near shore trout and salmon, we do some walleye perch in the bay.

Late in the year we go out in the deep water in the Apostle Islands and we do bobbing for lake trout. We’ll probably get a little taste of that here later in the season. – [Larry] Man I love to fish lake trout, that’d be awesome.

And today what are we doing here? We’re up on Gogebic, we’re fishing walleyes, right? And we’re fishing how deep of water are we fishing today you guys? – 11 to 12 feet of water. – Okay. – Then we’ll probably move in a little shallower to a weed flat that we’ve been fishing and doing really well on.

So it just depends. you gotta be diverse on this lake. – [Larry] Sure. Moving and keep moving to stay on fish. – What can we expect? I know fishing’s fishing, but what can we expect for numbers and what kind of size of fish are we looking at up on this system here? I know this system’s gone through a lot of transitions like a lot of bodies of water, and I was talking to Tim Long the other day on the phone, and he said there’s a really a tremendous population of walleyes back in the system again because of the work that they’ve been doing on this lake.

– Our average fish are 13 to 20 inches. I mean we’ve probably caught four or five really good solid fish in the last week. – [Larry] Sure. – [Jon] A 28, a 24. – [Larry] Nice fish. – Nice fish over 20, but it’s not really common here.

It’s more of a Red Lakes scenario where you’re getting, you know, 30, 40 fish a day. – A lot of fish We’ve been having times… We’ve got six, seven beaver dams up at a time, you can’t keep em down.

– [Larry] What’s the size limit and what’s the numbers can you keep on this system? – You can keep five fish. – Right – Two between 13 and 15 inches. – That’s interesting. – And three over 15 or five over 15.

– Okay. Very very interesting. And you know something I never realized because I haven’t been up in the U.P. especially for fishing, I know these lakes set. This morning we all had to have helmets on when you come out on.

Is that on ATV and a snowmobile? – Okay your snowmobiles have to be registered, and your ATVs have to have an ORV sticker on there, so a Michigan sticker. And this is considered public property. – Okay.

– We have five new wardens policing this lake which is a great thing. So you guys gotta follow the law. Check into the laws before you come up. – Great. Hey I’ve got an idea. Let’s go catch some fish! – Yeah, let’s do it! – [Voiceover] Badger Sportsman magazine The premiere outdoor magazine.

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Even if your buddies do. – [Voiceover] Oh look at that fish! Oh my gosh holy cow dude, look at that fish! (bluegrass music) (engine revving) (bluegrass music) – Hey Tommy, why don’t you show us the rig that you’re using.

We’ve got the Beaver Dam tip-up that’s a nice looking tip up, and we’ve got the blue tip on there. When we’re fishing, like on Winnebago, the water’s real clear, I’m using a real long fluorocarbon leader sometimes up to four foot when we’re using tip-ups.

On Petenwell we use real short leaders and sustain system. What do you use when you’re on this body of water? Is it a short leader or? – I got the leaders pretty short mainly. Tonight we’re going to go up in shallow waters, so I’m only gonna fish three feet under the ice, three or four feet under the ice.

– Holy cats in how deep of water? – It’s seven feet with weeds and you don’t want that sucker to get down in them weeds and then they can’t move. – Okay. It’s a big thing, you’ll notice tonight we gotta be right on the bite and you gotta get down and get – [Tommy] that fish right away – [Larry] Right.

– because you don’t that walleye to feel any of that resistance. – And right now we’re fishing a little deeper though right? – We’re out on a sandflat just past the weeds right now. Some of these fish come out here during the day, so we’re going to fish, you know, right foot off the bottom.

– Okay, that sounds good. Show us what we’re using for bait and how you’re hooking that. – We’re using some pretty big sucker minnows, and I’m just hooking them right in the back just so they swim natural.

– Okay. – We’ve got a number eight treble hook and a real small split shot. I’m letting this bait do a lot of work down there, I’m letting them cover some ground. – Okay, you know sometimes and I dunno if it works here, but I’m just gonna this is what I like to do when I’m using any kind of bait on a system like this where I want the bait to move around a lot.

And again, everything’s a little different I usually just bite the tail off. And what it does it keeps that minnow moving all the time so it can’t just sit still. You know what’s gonna happen once that bait realizes that it can’t get away from off that hook, what it’s gonna happen it’s gonna keep moving and keep moving and try to keep it’s balance – Yeah we’re doing some of that same stuff.

– This one’s mine, so let’s see what happens. – (laughs) Alright. – Thanks Tommy. (bluegrass music) – Nope Hey, come set this back up! – (laughs) – [Larry] Alright Tommy, number three buddy. – [Tommy] Here we go.

– Let’s see what happens. – Three could be very lucky. – Oh, that one’s going pretty good! – The old Beaver Dam, did we get him? – There he is. – Alright any size to him? – Oh, he’s average. – [Larry] We get to see what a Gogebic walleye looks like.

Oh yeah, that’s a nice fish right there. – We’ll take that. – Yeah that’s a great way to start the day out. Boy that fish is has got it right down to his throat right there. – They’ve really been grabbing and running today and one finally hung on for us.

We’ve been set up for what, twenty minutes? – At the most right there. You know that’s the great part about coming up and being able to jig and use tip-ups too, is that you’re covering a lot of water here.

We’ve got a pretty big area here that we’re fishing. And yeah again, boy I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen through the course of the day. So far it’s been pretty good. – [Larry] Kenny you got one? – I got one.

– [Larry] Jon, you want to get that transducer out of there for me? Thanks. Not too bad now were you real tight to bottom when you were jigging that fish? – Yeah and then I just brought it up a little bit.

– Are you marking many fish? I’ve only marked one over there and I had him pretty much off the hole and he came off on me. – Yeah this is the only one I marked so far. – Okay. Hey maybe you should drill some more holes.

Right? – [Kenny] I’ll get on that. – Yeah right, I’m gonna try to catch another fish. Alright good job. (soft music) – Got ’em Tommy? There you go, oh nice perch. – [Tommy] Oh look at that. – [Larry] That is a great perch.

– [Tommy] Oh look at that. – That’s a dandy perch. You know I haven’t fished this lake in about ten years and the last time, Tommy, I was up here I was up here fishing perch I actually caught two perch.

That was the only time in my life that were actually 15 inches and one was 15 and a quarter off this body of water. That is a dandy perch. – I’ve been here all week, this is my first perch. We actually though it was a walleye until you said get on over here.

– Look at that look at that girth on that and the colors on him. They were absolutely awesome fish. And that rod was just sitting there. – Yeah, I seen the middle start going crazy and I grabbed it.

– Right, I always thought the only way you catch these perch up here on Gogebic was on wigglers. Excellent, we’re doing good! Nice job. – [Tommy] (laughs) (dramatic orchestra music) – [Voiceover] The new Beaver Dam titanium tip stick is the first ice rod with a built in extendable titanium spring bobber.

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You got him? – Got him. – Alright good job. Alright Fred. Fred from Deep Freeze our buddy from Deep Freeze. – [Fred] It took my line. – [Larry] Holy moly is that a pike? – [Fred] I don’t know. – [Larry] Holy cats! – [Fred] Wow, here we go.

– [Larry] What do we got, there’s a line marker. We had a little bit of a lull in the action about 20 minutes now it seems like… There you go that’s a good fish! – [Tommy] Nice fish! – [Larry] Hold him up for the camera my friend.

– There we go! – Nice. – You know is that pretty typical, Tommy, about these bites? You know it’s like that way at home, all of a sudden it’ll be fast and furious for a half hour, 45 minutes then all of a sudden you’ll be sitting for 20 minutes to hardly anything.

And then all of a sudden bing you get one here, boom over there start marking them a lot? – Yeah we’ve been noticing that all week you’ll look around the lake and everybody’s running here running there and then everything calms down.

– Right, boy this is a really, it’s a beautiful area up here in the U.P., and, you know, this is a great place to be. I’m really surprised back in back of us there’s quite a few permanents and everybodies really spread right out.

Alright another flag hurry come on! Alright, Kenny’s turn! – You know, Kenny, why is Tommy always busting your chops like that all the time? That’s what I want to know. You know you seem to be a nice guy, and he’s constantly on you.

You got him? You missed one before, oh there you go. You know these fish remind me a lot of Winnebago fish. You catch a lot of fish that are between that 14 and 18 inch size limit and all quality eating fish.

It’s amazing a system like this the amount of fish that are in it. I mean you were up here for what a couple weeks and how many fish did you say you caught in a couple weeks up here? – [Tommy] Oh hundreds, hundreds of fish we caught.

It was non-stop. – What a great fishery and this is also a really good perch fishery too right? – Yup, we’re not quite out to the main basin yet. The ice is a little sketchy. – Right. – So that’s why we’re hanging up on the north end.

– So after probably next week, you know, with that cold front coming in. – It’s going to help out everybody. – That’s awesome. Good job Kenny! Hey, I’ll even get you a minnow, man. I know Tommy won’t do that for you but I would.

Hey Kenny, thanks for the cookie. You know one thing I’ve learned about tip-up fishing is that walleyes are pretty good at getting the bait or coming up, especially in the winter. They’re coming up to that bait and they’ll kill it, and you won’t even set the flag off.

I always like to check it too. The other thing is that, like I was saying, before why I bite the tails off on the bait is once that bait gets down there and it realizes it’s struggling to get away and it can’t get away.

It knows it’s natural instinct is not to be moving down there to attract any other game fish. So just by lifting them once in a while to and checking them, it really gets that minnow moving again for a little bit.

So that’s just a couple of key things. It seems like very time you around check your tip-ups, then all of a sudden they’ll start biting again. You’ll get flags again. I don’t let my tip-ups sit more than a half-hour without checking them.

(engine revving) – [Fred] Larry, what do you got there? Get out of there. – What it’s the only scooper I have! – Haven’t you ever seen this? – Oh, the one scoop. – The one shot skimmer. – Oh man, let’s see how this thing works.

– Here we go. So we’re in an eight inch hole here, you got the eight inch model, – [Larry] Yup, one shot scoop. – [Fred] We go down and we turn it sideways. You can see it encompasses the whole hole.

– [Larry] Yup. – [Fred] Pick it up just like that. And if you got any left there you just go back in for one more. There you go, clean hole. – You know what I say to this? – There it is. Give me that scooper.

– There we go. – One shot scooper? – You got it. – Alright I’m going to the next hole. You can have this one anyways. (bluegrass music) – [Larry] Alright! – [Tommy] Here we go Larry. – Last hour and a half have been a little bit slow, but now we finally got a couple flags in a row here.

I just marked a couple when I was jigging too. Alright, let’s see what happens here. – Well we got off a couple feet there. – You know it’s kind of funny we don’t have any wind today. Oh, got him? There we go.

– [Tommy] Still throbbing. – [Larry] Little walleye, huh? Let’s see what we got. – [Larry] Oh, yes. – [Tommy] (laughs) – That’s one thing I always loved about this lake it is amazing. I’ve only fished this thing two other times now and it was for perch and I cannot believe the size.

– That’s the second one today. – Yeah. – I’ve been here all week, this is the first two I caught. – Are you serious? Well we must have brought you some good perch luck, huh? – Walleyes being a little tough on us.

– That’s okay. – [Tommy] But I think as the sun gets down here we’re gonna put the smack down on them. – You’re saying this bite out here could be an all night bite too huh? – Yeah. – That’s interesting, you know, most of the bodies of water we fish are all day bites so.

I’m interested in seeing tonight how good this bite is out here. But nice perch good filler fish. – Excellent, we’re gonna let this guy go. – Back down to the deep. I love the colors with that dark green on them things.

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To book a trip please call 920-361-4996. – Hey Tommy you got a knife? – [Tommy] I do. – I can’t believe I’m starving and I found this smoked venison that was in my pocket from the other day. – [Tommy] That will hit the spot.

– [Larry] It’s pretty darn tasty. Let’s cut that baby up! – [Tommy] Like steak. – Yup. – [Larry] Tommy! I’ll get the trace (mumbles). – [Tommy] Ready when you are. – [Larry] I’ll get em. Alright nice lucky graph.

– [Tommy] Nice, nice job. – [Larry] You know it seems like since we caught that one on the tip-up and… – They’re just finicky. – [Larry] Yeah. – Oh that was about it. – I think they’re just starting to come on.

You know Tim came over here before and I know you guys been fishing out here and always are saying that early and late bite is the best bite on here and this water really is pretty clear. I was surprised.

– Time we got another 10 minutes till the sun goes down here and… – Game on huh? – Game on. – [Larry] You just had to get a full minnow on that huh? – [ Tommy] Yep full minnow and they’re just coming in the screen coming out of the screen that’s shallow water you gotta remember.

A lot of guys get frustrated because you’re not marking many fish. – Right. – If you think about it we’re marking a tiny, tiny area. – Maybe a foot and a half? – Maybe a foot. So them fish gotta be right on your lure or they disappear or they’re just making a circle and they’re coming back.

– Right. – And they key is up here it’s not a jigging bite. Almost a dead stick or just barely moving that lure. – Just kind of shaking. – Just to get the minnow to take off again. – Okay. – Just to get them moving again.

And they come and crack it. – Great, I’m gonna go back and start jigging myself. I’m looking forward to this. Got one Kenny? – Yeah, I’m gonna need help in here. – [Larry] I tell you know we’re starting to mark quite a few fish.

Oh, there you go! Hold that one up. Same thing that fish was tight to bottom? – Yeah and then it just came in and smoked it. – I see you switched colors on me. – You did. Hey I thought you were gonna use that pink.

You know what? Kenny, he’s only said about 10 words all day today. You know what? Unless we’re a little too far away we can’t hear what you’re saying. He didn’t tell me to switch the fire tiger.

Oh, we got a plant a flag over there hang on. Kenny just got that one over there and I ran for this one. And Tommy let’s see what we got here. – They are starting up in all haste. Everybody you can see on the lake here is starting to run.

– Well I think you dropped it too. Oh, nope there he is. You must have came back a little bit. There he is. – He’s almost come back from the bottom of the hole. – [Larry] Alright! – [Tommy] Nice fish.

– Yeah there we go. Hold that one up to the camera. You know it is funny how like right away this morning we did pretty good, and then through the course of the day it was real slow. Good thing we had a lot of good stories to tell.

– (laughs) And now it’s starting to, you know, the lights, the penetration is going down and the fish are definitely starting to come around and boy look at that fish. Got a it swallowed right down to it’s stomach there.

– [Tommy] Yeah, we’re gonna save him for a fish fry. – [Larry] Okay well I’ll grab you another minnow and hopefully gonna get a bunch more flags. It’s picking up pretty good now. (bluegrass music) – [Larry] Tommy gall darn it, I wanted to at least catch a fish jigging.

I cannot get over it. – [Tommy] Oh, get this one. – I actually thought you were BSing me a little bit about this late bite. The Blue Tip, that is very slick. You can see that from a long ways, plus I can hear it on my phone.

There we go. – [Tommy] Got him? – [Larry] Yeah. – I cannot get over how fast and furious this fishing is here. I can’t imagine how many walleyes are in this body of water, man oh man. And they’re almost a lot of them are like clones, you know, there are a lot of 15 to 18 inch fish.

And like I say for guys that love to keep fish to eat, besides the Magnum Perch center in this body of water. What a great place to come and you guys look like you got plenty of ice out here too.

– Yeah we’re up to about eight inches. – Yeah, not too shabby. – It’s definitely getting a lot colder out here the last few days and it’s gaining it quick. So that should be out on the main basin like Jon said for the perch in a matter of days.

– Okay that’s awesome, great. Alright, I’m going to get one too, gall dang it. – Boy I tell you this is unbelievable. This is flag, you guys, flag after flag, after flag, after flag. I just cannot get over this.

Boy, this one really is… Oh, there ya go. – [Tommy] Hey there we go! – That’s a little bit nicer fish there. Look at that coloring on these fish too. You know and I thought it was pretty interesting you know at home we use a lot of fatheads and shiners.

Now you guys up here are using smaller sucker minnows for these walleyes. And it’s kind of interesting for a body of water that doesn’t have a lot of forage like minnows for feed up here that these fish feed a lot more on insects, that you’re using a big old you know.

.. – Yeah they’re big suckers. It seems odd almost but it definitely works. – [Larry] Hey it works and that’s awesome. – [Tommy] It’s kinda the same thing we do on the Pike Lake chain at home. – [Larry] Okay.

– [Tommy] We use the big suckers and you get any size fish. – Tommy, I tell you that Blue Tipz is awesome besides having that alarm go off, you got the light too. So let’s see what we get here. – There he is.

– Got him? I just can’t get over how these fish as soon as that light starts going down how they just light right up. Oh there’s a little better one. It’s about the same, yeah. You know like I said before these fish as far as eating size, that they can’t go wrong this is absolutely.

.. This lake is loaded full of walleyes. Yeah, we’ve had a great time. – I had to shed the jacket off. I was cold a little bit ago and now we’re warm again. – That’s the way it should be right there.

But no, what a great opportunity to come out and catch a bunch of fish up here at Lake Gogebic. And hey, you’ll be heading back to Ashland and be catching… – Tomorrow. – monsters. – We’re going on the road, get rolling, can’t wait.

– That sounds like fun. We’ll definitely be up there to fish with you too. I’ll go grab you a minnow. – Excellent. – [Larry ] See what happens. (bluegrass music) – Hey folks, the Badger Sportsman magazine wants to see you having fun out in the outdoors, and all you have to do to have a chance to win a brand new propane Pro 4 augur like this, is to submit a picture of you having fun out in the outdoors.

Go to badgersportsman.com. – Hey you know Tommy, we had an absolutely awesome day out on Lake Gogebic. And Tim, thanks for letting us use your resort here. What a nice place to stay. Hey why don’t you tell us a little bit about the Timbers Resort that you have? – Well what we have here is 11 different housekeeping cabins.

They all vary in size. So when groups come in we just try to get then into the appropriate sized cabin that have the number of beds that they need. – [Larry] Okay. – Our winter rate is 48 dollars a night per person plus tax.

When these groups of guys come in, they can all pay separately and it’s easy to keep track of what your bill is and stuff like that. Another thing with the Timbers Resort is that we have nice flat level parking, and ample parking for these big rigs that come in with enclosed trailers and stuff like that.

Access right to the lake. We’re situated on about eight acres of property here. We have this bait and tackle shop here so lets sell live bait, all the tackle that you need to catch fish on Lake Gogebic.

– Not to mention the things that we caught all the walleyes on this afternoon. – [Larry] Beaver Dams. – [Tim] Beaver Dams. – Well it works out good. You know what a great place. Hey, if you want to bring your family or just your friends and come out here and have a great time catching a lot of quality eating walleyes and perch, you know, give Tim a call.

And if you want to have some good guiding make sure you give Tommy a call. Absolutely fantastic time I can’t believe the walleyes up in this Gogebic lake. You know and I know Jon it’s got huge perch you showed me a lot of pictures of catches that you guys had.

And Tommy you caught some really nice ones today. Hey, how can people get a hold of you guys when they want to do some of the guide trips on some of the waters that you guys fish? – On mine you can just look up fishwithguy.

com. – Okay. – It would be the easiest. – Yup, Tommy? – Beyondthecatch.com and then my contact number is 715-292-4342. You can also follow both of us on Facebook. Fish With Guy guide service and Beyond the Catch guide service.

– Hey absolutely awesome and just remember it’s a great day to be alive, and I’m Larry Smith. – [Voiceover] Not yet. – Gall dang it, I wanna catch a fish today. We’re never gonna get to fish today! – [Voiceover] Alright let’s just do it how we were doing it.

– Okay, alright. – Could you believe that when I found that in my pocket I’m like holy man. – [Voiceover] Are you eating a candy bar? – No. (laughter) – Maybe you should mind your own business. (laughs)


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