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Rivernut

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Are you still around the sight, possibly change your name? I know you were thinking of that. Chime in if still around!

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Rivernut,

I'm still around, just not as much as I used to be.

The hot bite on Mille Lacs has kept me busy up there.

The last time I was on the river was over the Memorial day

weekend. The walleye fishing was good, my 6 year old daughter caught a 28" walleye that was the highlight of the weekend.

The water is stained despite the lack of rain. The level has remained stable as always on this stretch. There is a big mayfly hatch underway, it started yesterday. The boat is on the lift and when I get done with this I think I will head out for a couple of hours and see what the walleyes are up to.

Hope you have a great Fourth! If you need any specific info let me know and I will try to help.

Take care!

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Glad to see you're still around. I hit the 'croix north of Taylor's Fall's this AM from 7-11. Water was rreeaall low. Got all the chip sized smallies I could handle. Just couldnt find the big one's. Take care, and good fishing. Mike

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