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eyeguy 54

did that mean fishy bite yer finger?? :) 

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AlwaysFishing23
12 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

did that mean fishy bite yer finger?? :) 

 

I was wondering the same thing.

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Jim Uran

Yeah those dang tullibees have wicked teeth!!!!   I sliced it on some glass when I was hauling garbage... Not my finest moment! 

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AlwaysFishing23

Ouch!:cry:

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RoughFishin'

Wow those are gorgeous burb!! I wanna try Cass/PB this evening and Monday Evening, any suggestions, seemed like a guy could drive out too. Thanks for the posts and in advance!!

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Jim Uran

Yeah you can drive out, Look for steep breaks and secondary breaks in 20-45 feet, I've been moving around, most nights I'll try a half dozen spots. 

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RoughFishin'

Sounds good, I'll give er a go!

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Jim Uran

If the wind dies a little this evening I'll be out there too. 

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RoughFishin'

Sounds good, I'm thinking about going out of the NE access on PB some good looking stuff over there. Maybe see ya out there! Idk if I'll be driving or not trucks in the shop....But walking at the least!

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Jim Uran

Well did you make it out there? I went to a little panfish lake with the fam and boy did it pay off!!! Not... lol. We caught a few dink bluegills and one little bass. Drilled the heck out that little lake too, oh well though it was a beautiful evening on the ice. Tonight looks even better, I might be out there in an hour or so!

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Borch

Sometimes it just doesn't happen.

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RoughFishin'

Due to some issues, I was forced to fish lake bemidji, fished grassy island and got skunked...Until next year...

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Jim Uran

Fished the last couple of nights on smaller lakes in the area, walked out. The ice was pretty good still under a layer of mush. Any surface water is leaking through but the ice is holding up well for foot traffic. Trying to balance my time between maple trees and fishing now. 

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eyeguy 54

make more syrup ! ! ! ! ! ! !  ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!!!!     !    !        ! :)

 

how was salsa and jelly?

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