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michaelpettersen82

Hey Keith you think the bellhorn houses will be out bye the 29th???

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I talked to him yesterday but he said he didnt know yet.

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It's all gonna depend on the slush factor I'm sure.

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yeah, its a real bad start to winter when u hit -19 and u cant make any ice.I wanted to try to get my wife up there to do some fishing, but it looks like we'll be going to mille lacs, which i dont really mind but really wanted to get up there and fish with you, after labor day weekend when i couldnt make it up.Sorry again for any inconvienience that may have caused you that weekend...anyways thanx for the reply i was just wondering what your take on it was. Thanx man, Mike

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No biggy Mike,I'm sure that slush will freeze up soon after this warm spell.

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She's a bit wet out there is some areas.

The main trail is solid.

We caught a few this late afternoon.

This was the nicest one.Dude released it right after the photo.

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Here's a good view of all of Bill Horn at sunset.

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Nice post, love those slabs brother, I made reservations for Mille Lacs yesterday for new years weekend, was gonna wait and see, but needed to get something planned b4 it was too late.Me and a buddy are going up tomorrow to Mille Lacs out of the east side.We'll see what happens.I'll make it up to Big Sandy sometime this year to get together with you and catch some of those slabs.Mike

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