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A Couple Fish From Fairmont Lakes

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Managed to get out today and fish for a few hours.Here`s a couple pictures of a 27 & a 24.5.Minnow and bobber for the 27.Salmo chubby darter #5 gold metalic orange for the 24.

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nice fish! were you using a head of a minnor with the chubber darter?

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No Just jigged it.

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Nice fish, Dan. Hall?

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Its a spot that i have fished for many years and when the conditions are right as they were on friday (warm front just before cold front)the walleyes move in there and feed.We had 2 cameras down and they were messing around moving our cameras around.

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Great looking fish Dan!

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Smile!!!! laugh.gif Think happy thoughts, you're doing better than me!!! Nice fish by the way!!

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Nice fish, guys.

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