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Hey Tcroz

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Croz, if you check this site from the Narrows, how has fishing been? Jean and I might be up Wed til Friday. then we will go to Duluth for the week end. Has the wind been better than the last trip? Just wondering what to expect fish and weather wise. No I do not need a bacon bits report either??? Lunk

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lunker,

fishing has been slow so far. mayfly hatch is just finishing up. weather has been warm and the win moderate. hopefully things will improve. but happy hour is at 5:00 the beer is cold and the ice is plentiful...too sum it up it beats the heck out of work.

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As it stands now, (Tuesday morning), we will head up Wed. morning, depending on how early a start we get we may fish late afternoon or early evening or wait until thursday morning. I will be calling both the casino in Cass Lake and the Gosh Dam Place, might stay at the former the first night and the Dam Thursday maybe Friday unless we head to Duluth and watch the marathon runners, will leave Duluth Monday morning and head home. Post how your day went and where they should be biting tonight please. Will put in a Plughat or East Seely depending on the wind--maybe even the west winnie campground landing if the wind is out of the west. Might drop by for happy hour one of the nights to hear the stories. Wonder who will be left to give Rosen a tough time at bookclub!!!!Lunker

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