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LPCrowRiverFisherman

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I've caught many fish this year out of the Crow River in Lester Prairie, many nice ones, but today persistence had paid off for the kind of fish that I've been after this fall. A 21", 3 LB Walleye on a Mimic Minnow. Biggest I've caught, and it's taken some time. Released for another time.

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Very nice. Congrats!

It looks like that waldo is surprised he got caught. LOL

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Yayyy!!! Makes me wish the boat wasn't put away for the winter!

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Congratulations, sounds like a fun way to fish and what a great way to get your biggest so far.

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Yayyy!!! Makes me wish the boat wasn't put away for the winter!


No kidding, I just winterized it....

Way to go LPCrowRiverFisherman, that is a nice fish !!!

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What a Great feeling...extra props on the release...Awesome!

They usually come in bunches this time of year...so go get a bigger one!

Congrats!

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All Right LP! What a nice lookin spot also! cool.gif

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Big Congrats!!

Its really rewarding when you put in the hard work on a local river or lake and catch a fish like that. Anyone can drive miles to the "hot bite" and have success, but to earn it like you do is another thing altogether!

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cool.gif Congrats on a fine looking fish.

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