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    Default 2/3/14 fire lake

    Went out for 6 hours caught 8 pike and lost 14 others. Magic lure 1 inch white tube jig with pinky finger nail sized piece of herring.

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    awesome, congrats on the pike slaying!

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    today's the 2nd, so is this a prediction for tomorrow?

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    These fish were caught in the future.

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    Well, he did say it was a "magic lure".....

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    I will be uploading pics from Friday and Sunday in a few minutes

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    Question on fire lake you can only use 2 lines?

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    check the regs

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    Yes, only two lines. I called the Anchorage fish and game office to confirm this about 3 weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid View Post
    check the regs
    classy...........
    I will never be a "Prostaffer" its not that I am not good enough
    but its because I refuse to pimp products for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer907 View Post
    I will be uploading pics from Friday and Sunday in a few minutes
    Well....where's the pics???

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    Thanks for the info on fishing lines, now what about can I drive my snowmachine on the lake so I don't have to walk my fat ****out there or should I check the regs a s well

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    Quote Originally Posted by summitx View Post
    Thanks for the info on fishing lines, now what about can I drive my snowmachine on the lake so I don't have to walk my fat ****out there or should I check the regs a s well
    No machines allowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostbitten View Post
    No machines allowed.
    But if you own an airplane...feel free to fly it in...or is that a special exemption where you have to live on the lake also. I have had to avoid planes during open water season. Half being a smart aleck..half seriously. can somebody point out the rule???

    Found it....
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    Motorized Vehicles on Water Bodies

    Anchorage Municipal Code sections 25.10.010, 25.70.045, and 25.70.060 define motor vehicles and describe where and under what conditions motor vehicles can be used on water bodies located within the Municipality. If there are any discrepancies between the summary information below and Anchorage Municipal Code, the Code controls.
    Motorized vehicles, including remote controlled, model or miniature boats, cars and airplanes are PROHIBITED on all municipal water bodies, with very few exceptions. These exceptions are for a limited number of uses and are allowed on only a few water bodies, as follows:
    On the Following Water Bodies:

    1. Campbell Creek
    2. Chester Creek
    3. Fish Creek
    4. Rabbit Creek
    5. Ship Creek (excluding the public boat ramp area and downstream thereof)
    6. Bentzen Lake
    7. Birch Lake
    8. Connors Lake
    9. Delong Lake
    10. Edmonds Lake
    11. Goose Lake
    12. Hood Lake
    13. Jewel Lake
    14. Lower Fire Lake
    15. Mirror Lake
    16. Otis Lake
    17. Sand Lake
    18. Spenard Lake
    19. Sundi Lake

    These Uses are Allowed (Except as may be Prohibited by Federal or State law):

    1. Airplane operation, if designated for such use by the Director (or in case of an emergency).
    2. Participation in a motorized event or use which is the subject of a facility use permit issued pursuant to Chapter 25.10.
    3. Boats using an electric motor.
    4. Remote-controlled model boats, cars and similar models (subject to noise limitations in the health code, chapter 15.70).

    In addition, boats equipped with outboard motors of 50 horsepower or less, which must be operated at a no-wake speed when within 100 feet of a dock or shoreline on Sand Lake and Lower Fire Lake, during the hours of 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 8:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
    On all other water bodies, the above uses are or may be PROHIBITED unless you have a special permit issued to you by the Parks and Recreation Department. Refer to the code or contact the Department for details on restrictions and permitting.

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    Somebody's driving something on there, there are tracks all over the lake, and definitely not plane tracks


    I love hooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cptmorganusn View Post
    Somebody's driving something on there, there are tracks all over the lake, and definitely not plane tracks


    I love hooking.
    I wont say it doesn't happen (someone driving a vehicle out on the lake), but I'll guarentee you that APD will respond and deal with it ASAP if not sooner...I've seen it more than once.

    The last time I saw this happen, a guy drove his pickup out to the island and was just getting set up when a pilot taxied up to him, shut down and then proceeded to chew the guy a new one till APD showed up. You can imagine what happened to all his gear when the plane taxied away! Once he collected it all, it was LEOs turn to chat with him.

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    sorry it took so long i honestly forgot that i was gonna upload the photos then i couldn't remember how to upload them.

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    Nice fish, homer! On a side note, next time if you cut and paste the url that has the [IMG] tags before and after, your pictures will show up in your post instead of as a clickable link. Like this:


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    Oh ok thanks

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