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worth the drive?

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me and some buddies were thinking about heading up there this weekend? is worth the drive? we would be lookin for some eyes? hows it bite? anyone

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Not this weekend, with the weather we're going to have. Lows below zero and 30-50 below wind chills. I'd imagine a tough bite this weekend. Winnie is definitely worth a trip. Perch, northerns, and walleyes on the main lake and nice panfish in Big Cutfoot, what more could you ask for?

Brian

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hey thanks ill take that in to consideration

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like bmc said weather should always be considered when going north, other than that fish biting or not in my mind its always worth the drive to get up to gods country.

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A wise fisherman once told me this..

You can't catch the fish sitting on your couch at home! Get out and fish!

Walleye #1

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thats right! but im pretty sure were stayin and fishin around home i found some eyes down here last night so should be okay! but ill probably be posting another one soon about commin up there!

thanks!

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