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It looks kinda like (Contact Us Please) and NO COMMON SENCE! grin.gif

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Hey, Isn't that STFCatfish and Finnbay out tip-up fishing on Birch Lake??? grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Couldn't be us. I only see one line out! laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif

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Nope, not us. Bellies are too small to be us. grin.gif

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That's good stuff right there! Could it be Northlander and Cheffery? grin.gif

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Well, it sure could be Cheffrey, but last time I saw Northlander it looked like his belly was moving in the direction of mine. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Well I don't think it's Northlander because there's not a Yammie on that ice flow. grin.gifgrin.gif

But it kinda does look like the St. Louis River.

Trollin Trollin Trollin.......

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I think thats the Rainy River and I believe the pic was taken in 03 or 04. That spring there were people pulling their boats up on ice chunks and getting out and jigging off the sides of the ice. Nice slow drift. grin.gif

Fishing was awesome that year too.

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I think thats the Rainy River and I believe the pic was taken in 03 or 04. That spring there were people pulling their boats up on ice chunks and getting out and jigging off the sides of the ice. Nice slow drift.
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Fishing was awesome that year too.


they are using a tip up...

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Ya 2 tip ups but no ice auger. Im sure this was a joke is all. Saw a few guys have a buddy drop them off on sheets and then have pics taken.

I think if they were really fishing the guy with the flag up would get out of his chair.

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