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Abe

Which Rainy River Access is this???


Can anyone tell me if this is the Pelland access to the Rainy River? photo credit given to Clementson resort

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Edited by Abe (03/26/13 03:38 PM)


Shoot 'n Release

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


I believe that's the Birchdale access. See www.clementsonresort.com

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dbright

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


I'm pretty sure that isn't birchdale .

moger88

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Pretty sure thats Pelland.

huskerdu

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Pelland

Blackbay

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I can see Canada!

gixxer01

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Guys...You gotta be careful when you flash pics of open water and "Birchdale" in the same post. Almost gave me a fit!

biggill

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


I say Pelland too.

RangerSki

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


Pelland

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Abe

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


I just had this picture sent to me from the Franz Jevne park at 5:15pm today.

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Edited by Abe (03/26/13 05:35 PM)


TheguN

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


the fishing good by pelland?

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Paul H

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the fishing good by pelland?



A boat in the water is better than one on the trailer! Who cares if the fish are biting.


Bronco83

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Pretty sure this is a picture of the landing in Int'l Falls not Pelland.

Timschmitz

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the fishing good by pelland?




Yes and no. You can catch some fish up there but not like points south of birchdale. Lake run fish generally don't make they're treck that far north so you won't see the huge numbers of fish. But if you're going up that might be your only option.


Dr Death

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Pretty sure this is a picture of the landing in Int'l Falls not Pelland.




That picture is of Pelland, it said right on the original picture. Everything to the west is pretty socked up with snow & ice yet. The middle of the river may be open, but the shore is pretty tight with ice yet. Open water still has a ways to go to Birchdale. I am so bummed, I had two trips planned this spring that I had to scrap already. If there IS a window for fishing this spring, it will be really small. Look at the pictures on Clementsons & Royal Dutchmans websites, and you can judge for yourself. As it stands, you're not getting close to the river any time soon. Sometimes Mother Nature does that to us. I'm thinking if things DO get warm, we'll have to deal with high, muddy water, & that will shut the bite right off, except for the sturgeon. Good luck all.........

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Abe

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


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Pretty sure this is a picture of the landing in Int'l Falls not Pelland.




That picture is of Pelland, it said right on the original picture.




It does now that they updated the website. It was not tagged with the location originally.


trapper 14

Re: Which Rainy River Access is this???


Not sure what landing this is. But I'm POSITIVE THAT'S NOT BIRCHDALE

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