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Jeremiah Johnson

12-16-07 fishing report

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Jeremiah Johnson    0
Jeremiah Johnson

found the gills and crapps, in 14FOW, the bluegills were biting until dark, then the crapps came in, suspended anywhere from 1ft to 5ft off the bottom. average was about 10-12". day before, I was fishing 30fow, caught some gills, and a few crapps, biggest being 14". Pretty slow on that lake called...Puposky cool.gif

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CSTPETER    0
CSTPETER

Are you saying you found a 30 foot hole in Puposky lake?

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big drift    0
big drift

I would suspect he is misleading folks on purpose to protect a secret spot...

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Quackaddict9    0
Quackaddict9

could be the lake by Buena Vista! Im probably wrong however tongue.gif

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kosterguide    0
kosterguide

that would be larson lake and if he cought blugills in there i wold like to see them i fish that alot and all i get is small crappies mybe 10 inches, big pike and pigs for northerens

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cluelessfisherman    5
cluelessfisherman

There are multiple lakes that could be considered "by Buena Vista" wink.gif

I have caught a couple small gills on Larson - but only a couple, so there are some in there.

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CSTPETER    0
CSTPETER

Big Drift is right, there certainly wouldn't be any fish in Puposky Lake. smirk.gif

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Jeremiah Johnson    0
Jeremiah Johnson

haha larson lake, aka college freshman lake; no boys and girls, I was not fishing lake puposky, you probably could fish 4ft of water, 26ft of muck though. You know Jeremiah wouldn't give you the coordinates to any spot, that would be lake suicide grin.gif

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Quackaddict9    0
Quackaddict9

lol, I know grin.gif

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captainstevo

I am going to have to jump in on the Larson idea, I am sorry but I have been fishing that lake for many and would not ever call it a freshman lake, i still enjoy chasing large pike from time to time and that is a great lake and does take skill to truly learn. And remember you were all once that college freshman that needed a little help and a good lake to start on.

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