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Highway2Allstar

Biggest laker report this winter outta Slowbank and B-side

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Highway2Allstar    0
Highway2Allstar

Biggest 4 me so far 12 pounds outta B-side.

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

Good one! Nothing into double digits for me yet this winter.

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Mike Stark    41
Mike Stark

biggest and only laker i have ever caught was 25inchs..5lbs...on b-side

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caseymcq

Buntside - 3 lbs.

SNOWBANK - 5 lbs.

Not a stellar year for me but it isn't over yet.

Did you guys see the article in the Outdoor News about the guy that caught a 43 1/2 incher out of the south end of LOW. Now there is a story of some extremely bizzare luck.

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Cody Lubeley    0
Cody Lubeley

i saw that, they said it traveled around 40 miles to get there! now thats a swim

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fishgutz77    1
fishgutz77

this was a solid fish from the bashgerrybiglaker126082.jpg.

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Steve Foss

 Originally Posted By: caseymcq
Did you guys see the article in the Outdoor News about the guy that caught a 43 1/2 incher out of the south end of LOW. Now there is a story of some extremely bizarre luck.

Well, we know lakers travel. Did it start traveling after fall turnover, or I wonder how many lakers might lurk in the deeper, cold portions of the large LOW basin during summer. Have to take a look at a lake map. Depth, water temps below thermocline, forage, dissolved oxygen. Hmmmmm.

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Mimic Shiner

I'm not sure, but guessing it's the same one that was on the LOW post on here. Had a picture of it, kind of blurry, but it was an old boy that got it. Looked like a long skinny fish.

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fishgutz77

I thought that fish was thin as well, 43 1/2" that fish should of weighed in at 27-29 pounds and could even go more at the right time of year. I guess when you swim that far your gonna drop a few pounds. or was it Jenny Craig?

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