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Upper Red Pics

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Lets see those Upper Red pictures.

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havent made it up there yet this year, but here's one from last year. i still cannot get over how big those crappies are when you can finally find them!!

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My son last year at Red Lake with a nice one. We had a good time and will be back up Presidents day weekend.

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Here's our catch from this week... Went up Wednesday and left late this morning. Successful trip in my book.

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Hey Mike, I am headin up on the 2nd, wondering where you might suggest goin? I am taking dad for his first time and to have him catch one of those slabs would be priceless!

Thanks

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Can someone tell me how to post pictures?

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go to the photo sharing forum on the main index and they have all the info you can handle.

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