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Reports from Tony Roach

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I went out with Tony back in December and we caught a many fish on one of those on off days. Tony is a solid guy and even as 29 year veteran I found many things he does that helped me smooth out my approach to patterning and the logistics of ice fishing. He also drilled all the holes(Thanks again).

Anyway, he was telling me about his weekly podcast and since I've listened to them, his assesment of the current fishing, travel conditions and encouragement are spot on.

Maybe you want to check it out.

Tony, if you're reading this, what day of the week do you post the new report?

http://www.roachsguideservice.com/fishing_reports.html

John Robichaud

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thanks for the link to the broadcast! im heading up tomorrow and will post on return.

regards,

minnesotatuff

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