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BigGrassBass

Weekend Plans

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I've been blessed with a wife who is working all weekend! \:D

I'd like to get into a few fish, not picky about what and where, I'm just happy to be able to spend 48 hours on the ice! Anyone have any ideas for me? I've got a couple buddies who have been doing well on both Washington and Jennie and I'm thinking about going to both of those places but I thought I'd check out what everyone else is up to.

Thanks for the info,

BigGrassBass

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I haven't been out in while, but the crappies seem to be biting on the "regulars". I hope to be out tomorrow somewhere, although I haven't decided where yet.

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That's the problem with so many decent lakes in the area, it's hard to decide what to do. I think I'm going to throw a dart at the map and give it a shot.

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