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Jaspernuts

Thought I would start a new thread for everyone to post their success this weekend. Include as much or as little info as you want! Yesterday was a bust so tried a new lake today for some tip-up action with the family down from the cities. IMG_1304.jpgIMG_1309.jpg Caught this 5-6lb pike and my wife got the biggest bass of her life, over 4 lbs! Also caught many small hammerhandles and 2 more 2lb pike that will go home with mom to get pickled. Had many flags today (over 20) but had a hard time hooking fish -they were hitting the bait but not taking it.

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BK19

got a few crappies and sunny at washington today, the son saw lots of bass and northerns but none to bite had fun though had my new fl20 out for thew fist time what a blast

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eric29

Went out in the morning and it was very slow. Marked alot of but when i put my jig and waxi down, i found out that it was a bunch of 3 inch perch. Then i put my dead stick back down. For the night bite i caught 3 walleyes- nothin to show off though. Overall it was a very slow bite

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jigging-matt

Took my Father-in-Law out to Clear Lake in Waseca for a few hours this morning. Nothing spectacular. A few nice size sunnies and lots of small stuff. Headed to Waubay this weekend for some perch. grin.gif

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HDRIDER02

Was to ST JAMES on Sat. for a couple of hours just to get out of the house. Been laid up. Caught some sunnies. First time useing new Vexlar.Marked alot of targets but slow on the bite.

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Scott Stein

went to Duck lake on sun had some luck. Caught some pretty nice crappie and sunfish and a few small perch

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