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Just started fall fishing this season within the last week.

Last Friday results: 4 largemouth and lost one #8 X-rap to something big

Last Saturday results: One 40" / 20#+ muskie

Last Sunday results: One white bass

tonights results One 11" crappie and one 16" walleye (finally).

All caught in the same lake, same area, fishing no more than 2hrs a time, targeting walleyes. I believe it is a full moon tomorrow so I will be out again and will be putting more time into it.

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Lemme guess, french? South bar?

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Wrong, not in Rice Co.

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Tetonka???

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Maybe..........

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under the bride on Sakata?

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Only fished an hour last night, my dad got cold. One 14" walleye, one sunfish and lost a nice walleye at my feet.

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If I could get out my my driveway..I'd be fishing! They are black topping. Have to wait another 2 hours. I was going to kit Minnetonka, but now with limited time, I'll will be on French.

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bunt, been seeing any ducks?

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None. frown.gif Even the pheasants went into hiding...But if you want Turkey! smile.gif

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