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blarkey

Bald Eagle success

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was out there tonight with less then adequate success a few dink crappies anyone else getting anything worth talking about?

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Marked many fish in 18-24 FOW last weekend. Minimal number of bites. The on that did bite I lost due to the fact that I failed to put a backing line under the Fireline Crystal. Didn't see anyone within 200 yards catch anything though lots of people seemed to be trying.

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We Mark alot of fish last Sunday and just hammered the Crappies. They were all just under keeper size, but alot of fun. No WALLEYEs. Does anyone know where to catch the walleyes on this lake. CHONG! Peace to the green people. Waaseye.

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