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Philo

Report from 3/20-3/21

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Philo

Fished this past weekend out of Schusters. Saturday was OK and Sunday was very slow. In the two days we kept only fish over 13 inches (7), with the biggest being 19. We saw one 22 incher from another group on Saturday, but other than that nothing big. Fished out of 24 feet on Saturday and 28 on Sunday. Marked fish on the vex all day long on Sunday, but did not catch one fish jigging. Caught them all with bobbers and fatheads. Talked to the pulltab guy at Sportman's on Sunday night and he said that fishing this winter has been lousy all season. Oh well, that why they call it fishing!!!

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bturck

Philo: Ya the bite this year has been tougher than the past few years however I personally would not catergorize it as lousy. I have a permanent on Mill Lacs and in 7 trips we did not ice an eye. That can really be lousy. We don't get to mobile up there however and that can also be the difference. Its a good spot to take the grand kids, throw down the camera and let them watch the fish on TV. You are certainly correct however, it is called fishing. Good luck and hang on. Bill

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WalleyeSnob

I am really shocked that the walleyes haven't started going better yet. It seems like this should be the time. My buddy was up last weekend and didn't do well at all. My ice fishing is done for the year which is depressing. I almost got a little teary eyed after putting away all my ice gear this past weekend. Time for spring football. Trust me I would rather be fishing. Another year without a biggun coming through the ice. Hopefully, spring crick fishing during finals week will be as hot as it was last year. Cricks have to be the most constistant/underrated place to get huge walleyes. Besides it is a blast fishing in the dark with waders.<BR>Good luck to the rest of you finishing off this ice season. I hope somone nails a pig.

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Scoot

Walleyesnob,<P>Long time no see. Sounds like lots of struggles on the big pond this year for ya. I got a big one early, but have struggled mightely since. <BR>When you say crick fishing, are you referring to some of the tribs of the Red around here in Fargo? Or... are you headed off somewhere else? If you'd like to speak offline that's ok by me.<P>------------------<BR>Scoot<P>So I got dat goin’ for me… which is nice.

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WalleyeSnob

whats your e mail scoot<BR>

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Bobberboy

We fished out of Schusters on the 22 & 23 kept 14 fish between four guys. Very, very slow. My son and I did well on Winnie on the way up. The perch were as big or bigger then the sauger and eyes from LOW.

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