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twice I drove to redlake had a blast caught a 43 inch northern pike,about 200 eyes released them all! 23 slabs also got my photo on midwest outdoors! all thanks to locals that help with all the info, made are trip great.

Im planning a trip next few weeks what is the hot baits and color? Doe,s any one one the name of the strip motel just before bait shop. if my wife come with she will not stay on the ice. probley stay looking @ the walls @ motel,me and the boys are going to miss her.

Is morts still open? any body has any idea,s for great place to stay on the ice please email me quamafied@yahoo.com

thanks for your help! John

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