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Loving the gills

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Went out for a couple hours Saturday morning to a diff lake...the main 45ft basin that normally holds the crappies was lifeless so I fished a secondary hole closer to the spawning area and it was holding crappies. Pic of some nice eaters 12-13"...let one 14.5" go and caught plenty of smaller ones....fish on the screen as I was packing up.

 

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yowzer ! ! !  

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Where's the Frabill?;):grin:

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Last ice fishing trip for the year today

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Definitely one you must of caught early; probably about the time I asked you if you wanted some sunscreen. Nice fish, but man did you pay the price. Good luck with your sunburn man.

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And just like that, it's open water time.... Got a few small ones today... felt good to have the long rod out again 

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small can be fun:) 

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1 hour ago, eyeguy 54 said:

small can be fun:)

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Was wondering. Why eyeguy? Never seen or saw you holding an iced Walleye? May be a change is in order. panguy54!  :whistle:  Nice fish! :lol:

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:P

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21 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

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Sorry to make you hold up a bottom feeder, but we needed to see it! :lol:

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I crossed over to the dark side of smallies about 15 years ago. Mostly chase pannies in winter but used to chase eyes a few times on the hard water each season. :)  I could post a ton of pics if you need more proof. :);) :grin::grin:

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this one had some nice red color in its tail. 

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more color

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Love it

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Sweet....

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