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Fishing with Jonny P July 8th

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Sorry for the late report. I headed up to Red Lake before Moondance Jam to get in a little guide trip with Jonny P. And once again it was the same ol' story...huge Pike! We casted for Northerns on some of the weed lines and ended up with 2 Trophy class Pike just under 40". Both fish were released to fight another day. Later on in the day we found ourselves a nice little hole for some wallys and ended up with our limit or eaters which West Winds cooked up for us, AWESOME. The water was a little rough that day and I ended up losing my lunch over the boat, which I am sure Ill never hear the end of it from Kelly and Jonny. Thanks again Jonny for the awesome experience and for teaching this rookie how to use a bait caster. If any of you reading the forum are thinking about booking a trip, stop thinking and do it. You will not regret and make sure you bring the camera for all those monster Pike.

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The water was a little rough that day and I ended up losing my lunch over the boat


I thought that you where chumming for sheephead. grin.gif

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I see people "losing their lunch" all winter when there aren't any waves. confused.gifgrin.gif

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Did you have to bring up ice fishing? Now I really got the itch! grin.gif

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Now I really got the itch!
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No thats from your trip to Moondance Jam. shocked.gifgrin.gif

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Hopefully that special shampoo the doc gave me will take care of that. grin.gif

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Say Pikester, did you guys have some pictures of the pike you caught? I can't find the ones I took, ya know me Mr. Computer...these computers need an easy button or "I'm from the sticks" user mode.

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Cye has them and Ill get them this weekend. Ill send you an email with them attached.

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