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monstermoose78

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Great Fish! To bad about the Walleye.:)

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It's ok I would have tossed it back

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Nice job moose!

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Good to see you got out there finally moose. go get em !

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Thinking I should try a night bite soon? That would allow for me to find sh during the week.

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The night bite is being kind to me should have got more fatheads

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Dammit .... Knew I should have gotten out there

 

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Moose wins!! @river rat316

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 Live update fishing the edge of a drop off from 6 to 8 feet of water along the line. Catching lots of little bluegills and a few small crappies.missed one northern pike and hit my Sucker minnow under my float. there is about 16 inches of ice and I drove my truck out

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Got one pike

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Nice pike! Tryed your pug bug jig today moose and it worked really well!

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It is a great jig 

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Yeah they hammered it! Yesterday had a bigger jig on and they just sucked on it and I missed a lot. Put that on and caught nearly every bite I had.

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12 minutes ago, Fishing Frenzy said:

Yeah they hammered it! Yesterday had a bigger jig on and they just sucked on it and I missed a lot. Put that on and caught nearly every bite I had.

That is great to hear keep up great fishing 

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Driving trucks out on basically every lake now? I have only been to Leech and Mille Lacs so far, hoping to hit metro lakes on sunday with the wife and 2 year old

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Most lakes are between 10 and 15 inches

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ok, thanks moose

 

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On 1/8/2017 at 7:10 PM, monstermoose78 said:

Got one pike

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Looks like its been eating well. 

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Yeah it had big bump in its belly but it was released

10 hours ago, MJ1657 said:

Looks like its been eating well. 

 

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