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Adrians Road and houses 12-23

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Went out on Adrians Road this week end, Caught plenty to eat on Friday afternoon and Saturday. Sunday in the snow storm we had the best fishing I have had in some time. We caught over 50 fish a mix of sauger and eyes. Sauger were 10" up to 16" eyes were mostly 16" to 17". Also released 3 slot fish and I kept a 31" walleye to mount. Thanks Roger and Brian for the excellant trip !!!!!!!!!!!

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Got the CD back with some pictures could some one give me some help with posting them ?

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setup a free photobucket account. Upload your photos to photobucket and then copy the image code and paste it in your post.

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HEY THAT WAS A AWESOME FISH THE GOLF HOUSE DID U RIGHT GLAD U HAD A GOOD TIME SEE YA SOON

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Roger, We will be coming up to Adrian's this coming weekend for 4 days and I am just wondering where have people been catching fish and what depths? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Update on Adrians Road ice conditions: pulled the wheelhouse out saturday...15 or so inches of ice w/ some slush beneth the snow. Fishing was awesome in the morning, completely shut off at 2pm(I was in 25-26ft of water Sat/Sun/Mon). Glow green seemed to be the ticket, but did pull some fish up w/ a pink and gold gemini jig and a gold buckshot. The fish ranged from 6" to 17" w/ most falling between 12" and 15", easily enough to limit out keeping only the nicer fish, no dinks. I must stress one point that botherd me all weekend though. I've always been told to keep it under 25mph on the ice, especially during this early ice period. People were constantly driving by doing 40 or so, every year this fast driving makes a wake beneth the ice that causes a pressure ridge to form just on the lake side of Pine island. I'm no ice expert, but going a little slower should help everyone on the ice and the extra 5 minutes it takes to get to the shore are easily made up along the way. I just hope everyone uses some common sense when driving out for the first time and everyone stays safe, the last thing anyone wants to see is an accident on the lake!

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