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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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<B>FishingMinesota.com Hot Bites Video</B><BR>Open Water Hogs & Special Offer Below.<BR> <A HREF="http://www.fishfever.com/actionvideo/wigwamrainy.wmv" TARGET=_blank>256k High Speed - CLICK HERE</A><BR>We recommend you Right Click on the 256k link and "Save Target As" to download to your PC. Then play it right off your PC. The 256k is a bigger picture with better sound.<P><A HREF="http://www.fishfever.com/actionvideo/56k/wigwamrainy56k.wmv" TARGET=_blank>56K Modem - CLICK HERE</A><P>Your <B>Fishing Minnesota Hot Bites Video</B> segment from the Rainy River has numerous fish 25-28 inches. This early season open water walleye mecca offers some of the best walleye fishing in the world during late March - April 15th and then again on Minnesota's Opener. <P>Mention to Wigwam that you watched this video on Fishing Minnesota for $5 off each night you stay at Wigwam. <P><B>FishingMinnesota.com</B> will be posting <B>Hot Bites Video</B> ™ on a consistent basis. Look for new video features each and every Thursday. <P>To inquire about advertising on our Hot Bites Video segments please contact <BR>Rick Paquin - rick@fishingminnesota.com or<BR>Pete Riola - pete@fishfever.com<P><B>Please</B>, let us know what you think of this video right here?<P>Thanks for your particpation. smile.gif

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curt quesnell

Another nice job, very good action video.<P>It's my home water so it really gave me<BR>the itch...<P>The claims made by the fishers in the video<BR>seem pretty outlandish BUT there are many<BR>many days in the spring and the fall that<BR>you can catch fish like those. Having<BR>someone like Tom from Wigwam along makes the<BR>chances even better.<P>The load time was worth the wait<P><P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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BarryG

That was a GREAT show! I have never been up there at that time of the year, we always come up in Sept. We have a good time but we don't catch fish like that! Thanks for putting it on!

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lakowoods

Very well put together Wiggy, brings back many years of memories, been there done that, its a great fishery then and now, I have many pictures in the ole album book myself when there was No boat traffic at all, biggest was 34 1/4" 14lbs 2 oz. Many more happy trips to the staff at Wig Wam. hope everyone has a great time this spring fishing and CPR. Great Job your doing Rick.

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bturck

Great video. I have never made the trip during soft water, but this sure gets the juices flowing. I believe I need to make a phone call. Bill

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Rick

I sure wish I lived closer.<P>However, tomorrow it's a Mississippi River walleye trip I'll be on.<P>Don't forget your plastics on either river.<P>We absolutely wacked the walleyes using Super-doos (NO BAIT) on the Rainy River last year. The Ring-n-Grubs were the ticket for the big smallies. In case you're wondering, we did have someone using bait and we outfished him 5-1 (we both did using plastics only).<P>Believe me, I WAS a diehard live bait and jig angler for the Rainy River. Not anymore smile.gif<P>We didn't have to get our hands wet grabbing for minnows and then freezing our fingers trying to get those slippery squirmy babies on a hook. <P>Yes, we stayed warmer using plastics only and we caught more fish. Be very disciplined and really try it. It works very well.<P>You can see them at <A HREF="http://catchn.com" TARGET=_blank>http://catchn.com</A>

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