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Borch

Anyone still fishing?

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A friend and I got out last night after the storm blew through to troll cranks for a eyes on one of the local lakes. Ended up catching a few nice eyes between 17.5"-27". Most were in the low twenty inch range. Here's me with the big eye of the night caught on our last pass before heading in to get a little sleep before work.

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A few boats out there but pretty light pressure. The panfish bite is going strong as well.

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Will hit the chain again this weekend. have to close up the camper but will get some fishing in Sat AM and Fri PM. Docks get pulled early Sun AM. Got three "keeper" eyes last weekend. Rock bass were a problem though. Haven't had them on the chain before this thick.

Nice photo.

Swabby

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Nice Fish. Ive been going on the sauk in cold spring below the dam I have been getting some nice eyes I got 3 In two hours smallest was 17.5 and biggest was 22 all put back. I normaly go on koronis and troll the islands but my GF dad passed away frown.gif and now i dont have a boat to use so im sticking to shore

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There will be a shore bite on Koronis and other lakes as well soon. Just think current areas. wink.gif

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Thats true I know a alot of good shore spots on koronis so i will b ok

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current is a big key!

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Nice fish Borch, thanks for sharing.

I think I'll take the boat out one last time to run the stabil through the lines, motor so I can put it in storage.

I just got the snowblower from my father in law, so you know what is around the corner wink.gif

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