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Rivernut

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Fished S.Center For a few hours this a.m. 6 fow in some green weeds. Caught some 'gills and some decent crappies on Genz worms and red euro's. Then went to S. Lindstrom for 2 hrs. Just smaaalll crappies and a pike which I got to the hole 3-4 times b4 finally breaking off. At least 34". Fun, but I'm ready to hit the river in the boat. Take care.

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I'm with you Rivernut, can't wait to hit the Croix and Flambeau again! We need to hit it early for the silverbass! They are a hoot and give a great tussel on a lighter rod. That big pike was still up by the logjam this fall, 2 follows but no hookups.

Tunrevir~

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tunrevir,

where abouts do you fish on the flambeau? We might have to chat about the flambeau:)

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Alright Tunrevir, I am up for it. I know a couple real good spots Griz showed me for the whities! Keep in touch, I think you have my email. Take care.

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Got it bud, I love those whities! Have a great day and nice report!

Tunrevir~

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