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Borderview Report Feb 19-21

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Hey guys, went on a three day trip with Borderview, and while the hospitality and food was great, and highly reccomendable, the fishing was really not what I was expecting. In three days my total amount of fish caught was probably less than 20, maybe less than 15. About a third or even more were tulibees too, with only three or four keepers for the whole trip. No perch, and the rest were walleye and saugers. I'll go back next year, hopefully to better fishing! The ticket was either a bright jig or a plain red hook. On the last day a lot of the fish were suspended about 8-15 feet down.

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