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Minnewawa pet sanctuary

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Thanks for putting up with Wade and I - we had a great time -- I can't believe all the bass this year - we ended up with 15 bass, 7 northerns and one Jumbo perch which we caught at Milacs on the way home. -- hopefully next year turns out better - i'm thinking that maybe BSL is a morning lake - based on the color of the water etc. -- hopefully we get up there before you head south -- have a great day -- and get out and move smile.gif

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Did you fish BSL yesterday.

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nope - we fished Thursday evening -- out on North Bell off the point -- could see them on the locator but couldn't get them to bite - when the sun set (it was cold and windy) the fish disapeared as well. -- the bass were caught on wawa as were the northerns.

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The guys in the narrows did well thurs.or so they said.

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