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Was out at big pine for the weekend, and did extremely well, we released 48 fish over the slot from 18 up to one 26 plus inch fish, alot of little ones, fishing the breaks from 12 feet to 36 lindy rigging with long snells and 3/4 oz weights, this morning was slower then yesterday, we caught about 30 fish this morning but only had 5 fish over 18, but it was still a good day, we were using leeches and crawlers, crawlers worked great on saturday, couldnt buy a bite with them this morning. Overall it was a great weekend to be fishing, and I LOVE having the slot, we have been doing a lot better now that the slot has been in place, this lake can only continue to go up from here, there is a good forage base, we saw tons of little perch kicking across the water and some walleyes were even coughing them up as we brought them boatside. Made for a great weekend.

What does everyone else think about the slot?

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chris

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Pooh

hey where bouts were you fishing? anyplace in particular. sounds like you have a good weekend. how long were the snells on lindy rigs?

I also am liking the slot!!

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huskiesplayer15

you know where the clam bar is? south of there there is a nice little break from 8 to 36, the leaders were all about 6 feet long.
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chris

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I too think the slot is a great idea. We fished it last week and had similar luck. I could take the family out and catch a bunch of little ones or go to a spot and catch fewer, but nice ones. My nine year old alone caught and released 3 fish in the slot. Man did he have a blast realing them in. I'm looking at buying some property on Rush and wish they would impose the same slot limit on that lake as well.

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Going up here in a little bit to see if the bite is still going or not, will post when I get back.
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huskiesplayer15
cant say as ive ever heard that before. which side of the lake? im most farmilliar with anywhere from the middle of the lake east! like wadena bay, at least thats what use wadeneans call it, and squaw point. got GPS coords???

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You know where hamburger hollow is? the access from there is 2.64 miles straight out, here is my email for coords. huskiesplayer15 at yahoo.com

As far as fishing went tonight we had a lot of smaller fish , fished four hours, 3 to 6 kept twelve, released a couple more then 20, so for a quick trip, it wasnt bad.

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