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PerchPounder

any luck? 12/22 12/23

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PerchPounder    3
PerchPounder

Anybody else getting anything? After a pretty nice day yesterday we managed to brave the wind and find a few more fish today.

12/22 solo mission

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CPR 10 5/8"

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Future Trophy

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12/23

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muc33    14
muc33

You suck!!!! AWESOME fish!!! In state or out?

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Nice lookin' fish PP. Yes, the fish are biting for my dad and I but I cheated and am up north. smirk.gif Be back in the Le Sueur area on Wednesday, December 26 punching holes for a week plus.

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Eric Wettschreck

Cheaters never prosper. grin.gif

I'm pretty jealous of the both of ya. I had to work all weekend and had very little ice time. mad.gifmad.gif

I'm over it tho, and will be on the lake soon, very very soon!!!!

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muc33    14
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TO, you must remember, we live just a few miles from the Iowa border.... everything in Minnesota is up "Nort" to us, Okie Dokie, Yooo Betcha. We are king of the bullhead, who just have secret spots for other goodies... Perchpounder on the other hand, has more SECRET spots than others!!! The rest of us bow to his greatness!

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Quote:

Perchpounder on the other hand, has more SECRET spots than others!!! The rest of us bow to his greatness!


Judging by all of the activity on the ice that spot is far from secret. The technique and "bait" selection will remain a mystery to most though. And those fish didn't come from "Up Nort" which only leaves only one direction that they might have come from.

Here's how yesterday went. Angler 26 - Rookie Co-Angler 12

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P.S. I may be looking for a full time weekend Co-Angler If he remains a part timer!

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muc33    14
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Krull, I am free this coming weekend!!!!! PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME!

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