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were the biteing

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any luck any were

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"Where"

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In the mouth.

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somewhere between under the ice and above the bottom.

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I caught a few on my hook.

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true that

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...ive seen bigger...hhahahahaha

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Well, if you peruse some of the other posts, it looks like your best bets are Duck - Madison, Washington and Francis.

I've discovered that if you check the postings here everyday, you can get a good feel for the area bite and general tactics. I've recently got back into fishing after about a 6 year hiatus, and I've found this particular forum very informative. Lots of good guys who will give you an honest tip - without handing you the keys to the car, of course.

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6 years? I can't stand a 6-day hiatus.

Welcome back!

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 Originally Posted By: Team Otter
6 years? I can't stand a 6-day hiatus.

Well, life has it's particular twists and turns. It's great to be back. I almost forgot how much fun it was to spend money on fishing instead of ex's. LOL

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