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Hey did anyone get out to sit over the big aquariam this weekend? I worked all weekend so I did not make it out frown.gif

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i did not get to go becuase i had to plow snow all weekend, which was alot of fun, but i still wanted to be on the ice.

Plus, the ice around here is just not safe enough. I am going to make a trip later this week, to get out for the first time this year.

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I didn't make it out either, still trying to get a deer.

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i got way to many of them this year. Its spearing season man, you need to get out on the ice.

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what kind of decoy do you use to spear bass? grin.gif

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I hope that smiling face at the end of your post means you are joking. wink.gif

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im pretty sure that its a joke

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Sort of half a joke. I think Northern Pike are a great sport fish, just like bass. And his handle is "bassnspear" with a tagline of "Flippin, skippin, pitchin, & jiggin...... It never gets old!!!!!!!!!! Take a Kid Spearing!!"

So I figured maybe he was into spearing bass. They are good fried.

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nope, can only spear pike. I choose the name becuase I fish bass touraments in the summer, and spear pike in the winter.

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