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Anyone going out this Saturday (8-4)

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I'm heading up to the lake this Saturday staying at Eddy's resort and thinking about going out on the launch. The question I have is do they ever catch any fish on these launches?? Right now I am scheduled on the 1-5pm launch because we are seeing a show at the casino Sat night @ 7:30.

Another question I have, by any chance is there anyone fishing Saturday that would have an extra seat open in their boat?? I would be willing to pay for bait and gas if there are any takers, just thought I would throw that out there.

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been fishing Vineland bay area the fishing has slowed big time if I was gonna go out on there launch I would try the the evening fishing see what time there launchs go out after the Show if that's not possible stay with 1-5 that was the time frame I caught my fish last weekend and i'm usually on the water by 530AM and last weekend I was by myself might be Saturday if i do go your more than welcome to join me but like I said I'm on the pond by 530 Am don't know if this helps other wise Maybe someone else has a open spot for you.

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See Launch on 7/21. Better chance from shore just North of EDDY'S on the frontage road

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My sister went on an Eddy's launch trip 7-26. She said there were twenty some people and altogether they caught five walleyes with two in the keepable slot. Biggest was a 24 incher. Nephew caught a 15" perch. They fished the 6-10 p.m. time slot. It's slow for sure.

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I agree. Haven't had the best experiences with Eddies in the Past when we've got a group of people to go.

Try someone else.

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thanks for all the info guys..

Tim L- I should be up there around 9am, I am interested in fishing with you if you are going to be up there. Shoot me an email and maybe we can swap cell#s (if you have one) so I can give buzz when I get there.

My email is csmith@emjmetals.com. I work until 4pm.

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mnwild tried emailing you said undeliverable must be the wrong address here's mine LAPOINTT@msn.com

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email sent to you this morning..

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