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any1 venture out yet on the lake? what are ice conditions Ive been up N workin

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seen 2 house out there. checking on it sat.

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Any Reports @ BUMP cool.gif

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Got a pretty nice pike outta there a week ago today at midnight. 32 & 1/2 incher-weighed over 10 lbs..

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early in the week caught nice fish late at night by edge water bridge. fishing in 10 feet of water, minnows worked the best good luck

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whats bump? went out yesterdAY slooow few bites 2 perch

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I FISHED OFF OF THE SHORELAND BEACH YESTERDAY FROM 7:30 AM TO 11:30 AM CAUGHT 15, SUNNIES AND CRAPPIES. CAME BACK AROUND 3, MOVED NORTH UP THE SHORE AND CAUGHT 8 MORE FISH. ONE CRAPPIE WAS 13" wink.gif

SHANE

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have they been gettin any eyes at night out ther captain

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NORWALL, I AM NOT SURE. SEEMS MOST OF THE FISH HAVE BEEN CRAPPIE AND SUNNIES. I THOUGHT THAT BIG CRAPPIE I CAUGHT WAS A EYE AT FIRST!

SHANE

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yeah i bet thts a dandy i might try it out there or al lake or possibly freeborn did ya have a nuff for a fish fry and was it worth it? as far as size on the rest

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I BROUGHT HOME 3 CRAPPIES AND HAD THEM FOR LUNCH ON TUESDAY. HAVE YOU HEARD IF PEOPLE HAVE BEEN CATCHING THOSE BIG PERCH ON FREEBORN? I SEE THERE ARE A COUPLE OF PERMENANT SHACKS ON A.L. LAKE.

SHANE

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well there not as big as they were in yrs past, we been going up there for many yrs now. But my bro and old man got enough for a fry some were 10 in. not fast nor furious but nuff 2 keep it interesting.

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