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Anyone need a ride along for bass/walleye

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I don't have a boat and would love to get out on some lakes around here. I love fishing, but the river gets tough especially when it gets busy and lines start crossing. If anyone would like a fishing partner and has an open spot, drop me a line. I generally have tuesdays and thursdays.

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I will probably have room in my boat this weekend. I will be fishing Maple Lake. Will be trying different things for Bass and Northerns. Will probably fish mornings and evenings.

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try going south of st. cloud either missi. or the elk river good fishing little to no crowd

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Well I get off late on friday, and then work saturday night, but maybe another time? I love to fish, so like I said, Tuesdays and Thursdays work great. Wouldn't mind joining up with someone for a tournament or two.

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K-Bass I try getting out everynight, so it wouldn't be a problem, if you want to go out and fish.

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That would be great!!!

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My email is miked420751 on yahoo

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    • AlwaysFishing23
      So it was a legit test then. Yum maple syrup nothing better! Stay safe if you venture out. Things are getting sketchy.
    • Musky hunter 82
      What are you using the rod for?  Bass if so what lures are you going to be using, the reason I ask is that if you're using a Jig you're going to want to up your line weight to something like 17#.  You mentioned that you're new to baitcasting, a couple of tricks I used when I was first learning to cast to help manage backlashes, is set the tensioner knob so the lure just pulls out the line, then make a long cast and pull off another 20-30' of line from the reel, place a piece of electrical tape across the spool and reel the line back in. Now the backlash will only go as deep as the tape.
    • Jim Uran
      Sorry for the late reply, but no, the first 5 to 6" was soft but the rest was solid. I've been busy in the woods making maple syrup that I haven't got time to get out. I hope to get out tomoorrow. 
    • HugeHogChaser
      Thank you very much! I appreciate the information. I think I will run straight fluoro then. 
    • Musky hunter 82
      I have been using the Alberto knot and really like it, it's easy to tie and one of the strongest knots when going from braid to Fluoro.  I mostly have been using that knot on a spinning rod, for baitcasters I usually just like to run straight braid or straight Fluoro.