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Johnny_Da_Der

'Pout - Still biting?

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Any info for a first time 'pouter? I am gonna try to add one to my life list this weekend on the big pond. Just looking for general location info, FOW, tactics?

Thanks

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well this weekend while perch fishing we managed to get 3 pout in aroung 28 ft . boy are they ugly fish but they do taste like lobster i hear

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Posting is just like fishing. 2 hours and 50 lookers but only 1 taker. \:\)

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i hear that

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well, I am looking forward to this weekend. with the lack of responses, i am guessing that i will have that great big pond all to my self.

if anybody sees an ice house out there, it'll be mine. stop by and say hi!

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that would be cool if you had it to yourself where are you going out of?

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Was fishing with normal walleye gear last weekend, my pal caught a 5 lb pout out on shermans flat in about 24 feet of water. arount 3:00 pm too, which was weird cause I always thought they were more of night feeders.

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eyes, not sure yet...

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