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Diamond and Wagonda

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I was out there on Saturday. I was out there for 5 hours and moved 4 times. Drove my 4-door truck out there. I hear today the bite is over on diamond and wagonda. I did hear nest was producing fish.

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You drove your truck on diamond or wagonda? Im gana go try wagonda thursday. I was out there tuesday the 11th and had pretty good luck.Hope there still hitting, i will let you no how we do.

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franky- Did you go to wagonda? drive out? Might go tomorrow.

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I was out yesterday and pulled out an 8x20 house with full size pickup.About 15-16 inches of ice. Caught 3 15-20inch eyes and a northern and some cigar eyes. Not a very good day! We fished from noon till 7, had no luck after dark.The best time was from 2:30 - 4:00 then it was over.

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anyone heard the bit on diamond, in the shanty town, or is everyone just fishing where the houses are?

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I heard last night that a lot of houses where moving off the big group and going north. Maybe the fishing has slowed there.

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