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Tyler Holm

Weekend Highlights (4 Pics)

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Hit Chester Woods looking for catfish and maybe a few pannies and only found the latter half. Fished the deepest water we could find and punched several holes hoping to find catfish blobs, but didn’t. Settled in next to deep wood and called it good.

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Dropped down to the river on Sat morning hoping for a catfish before dark and maybe some sauger at sunrise. Got a surprise.

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When we got back to Rochester on Saturday it was very nice out so we grabbed the long rods and went sucker fishing. They seem to be hitting well when it’s sunny and Sat was a reinforcer.

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Splashed the boat on Sunday back on the river. Chilly in the morning but the fish didn’t mind. Cooked’em up last night and OMG they were great!

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Good weekend fishing with the pals!

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Yeah man, what a weekend. It was definately fun.

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nice going guys. I'm jealous you guys got into the open water action! gotta love that redhorse and sturgeon...

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Good job guys. I remember the days when I could go fishing that much. Then I got MARRIED!!!

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