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Wow was Mille Lacs Bad!

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Hey all, I know this isn't a Mille Lacs forum, but my buddy and I hit Mille Lacs this past weekend... The reports are true - fishing is bad right now out there. We tried everything under the sun this past weekend and managed only one 22 incher in about 15 hours total of fishing... Yikes! We knew before we went that it would be bad, but since we both are so busy in October, we couldn't have rescheduled... Oh well, that's how it goes sometimes! A bad couple days of fishing is always better than a good couple days of work!!

PS - the highlight of our weekend had to be staying in the Garrison Inn and Suites where some drunk guy came busting in at about 2 AM to ask my buddy if had waffles to eat... Some bachelor party blew through there on Saturday night and I was about to tackle some of those dudes... Funny though about the waffle sitch...

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I would have given him a clothesline and a hulk hogan leg drop HA HA

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good one there leech laugh.gif

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