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anyone now where the fish are bitting

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anyone now were the fish are bitting

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In the mouth

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like now or in the last week

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u retard

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In the water!

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what lake

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Pretty slow around here.

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 Originally Posted By: dodge guy
what lake

An area lake, of course. \:\/

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round lake

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are they still bitting there pretty good

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Hey Brando!! I was out on loon over Christmas/New years...you should've been there! Hope you catch a bunch out on Round. Don't let Squirley Merlyee know!! Hee.

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whos brando

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Not you Dodge Boy Guy... I used to fish with these guys in High School...if he's on Round Lake, I know its overnightfishin... I grew up near there.

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Dont worry about Uncle Merlyee he is harmless. Hey Fishinggirl anything happening up north?

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Fishing girl I'm working dayshift this weekend but have done some catching overnight on round. Friday night was better than Saturday night. The biggest one was only 19 inches and only one.

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CAUGHT A FEW PERCH ON BOOT LAKE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND 1 5LB NORTHERN

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Not used to fishing in 30 ft of water! Fish are dead by the time you get them up the hole. Mostly cigars, sunnies, crappies...but too deep up here. Gonna move the house to a shallower lake next weekend. I have an ag show this week, so no fishing for me this week

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