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Andrusia Report

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Right now I'm sitting in my Canvas Craft spear house and

looking at some perch, typing on my blackberry!!

The pike are on the move, yesterday was our first full day on the lake. We ended up spearing 7 good size pike, the biggest one was 13 pounds! The water clarity is over 15 feet! We are seeing at least 10 to 15 fish per day, per house.

We'll report again on Saturday!!!

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Just wait a monster pike will show up soon. That’ll get your adrenalin going instead of all those small shocked.gif ones! grin.gifgrin.gif

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Jason can you take some pictures of the fish in the hole? A big pike staring grin.gifat your decoy should get some people hyped about trying spearing?

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Fish Toys, Pictures from Mine and Bass N Spears trip will be coming soon... smile.gifcool.gif

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ill be posting them in a few hours.

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Photos are in Spearing Photos.

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Only got out for one morning this past weekend while up on Cass. We speared a small lake a couple of miles form Cass and did well. We too a 26", 27" and a 30". We were in 9' of water on the edge of a slow tapering drop. The water was very clear... It was nice to get back in the darkhouse!

Now on to making a fresh batch of pickled pike!

Good Luck!

Ken

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thanks for calling ken LOL

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Yeah... I know what a jerk!!! I really wanted to meet up and at least shake hands, BUUUUT; We cut the trip short 2 days short 1 on the front side and one on the back side, spent a whole day getting the 3 snowmobiles going (being they haven't run in 2 years), and I went up to Red for a day to work on my fish house... that left me 1 1/2 days to try and do something fun....

We'll meet up! We just will have to fisn a time and place that works for both of us.

Good Luck!

Ken

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that is correct.

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