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NINETOE

LET'S GET IT ON!!!!!!!

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NINETOE

Well I just came off the lake. Me and MRS. TOE fished for two days and it was nothing short of spectacular. We caught 100 + fish and they were agressive! The females were spawned out and the males were sitting on the beds. The water temp is at the point that they have to drop the roe now or not at all! Well thankfully they are dropping them!

So the bottom line is get here now!!! 4-6 ft of water float your jig 24 inches down and use a bright color to get thier attention! Keep your jig moving. A Wavebuster bobber works almost too good for that.

West Wind and Hudec's has docking facilities if you get thirsty!!!

Im still trying to find kelly, I last heard that he started to bait bear and found a really good looking one!!!

I wore out the JOHNNY CASH C.D. so if your heading this way bring one with you!!! smile.gif

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...Hail The Flashlight King....

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kelly-p

Like a kid in the candy store. smile.gif Or is it the wolf in the sheep?

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kupcho

Hey Ninetoe, I totally agree with you. Crappies are biting like crazy. This weekend on Friday night and saturday morning there was no wind and the fishing was Awesome. Get up there now!!! 3-8 feet.
Good luck everyone. Northerns are biting as well. Spoons and Bucktails are working for me!

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halad

Oh Wow! What fishing. "Its todays ray of hope" somebody under 50 listens to "CASH"

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Satchmo

Sounds like a FOX is in the hen house up there!! Oh and she had to bring NINETOE too.HeHeHe --Hey Kelly take him out and introduce him to the BEAR!!!!

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Guest

Was wondering if the females will still be in for another week? Ill be up on the 11th of june and was looking to get some slabs. Any replies would be appreciated.

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limitedout

we fished sunday and had an awesome time
like expected. the afternoon went nuts for
us in roughly 5' of water. out of the 2 limits we kept their were 5 with eggs in them still and ready to go. url is always the best time! snakes were biting with our biggest landed at 39". walleyes were plentiful and we did a little sheep farming out there also. thumper spins near the bottom on a slow retrieve whacked em i think we caught about 60 or 70 sunday afternoon just east of hudec's. thanks url.

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limitedout

ok
east- south down the shore
you know what I mean....LOL
THEY WER BITING SO GOOD WE CAUGHT THEM ON LAND...

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Drake

We also had a great time on Saturday on the lake, found a nice lil spot (pulled out of Hudec's landing and went left~away from the crowds) and had some great crappie action smile.gif Just on the edge of 6 feet of water, bobber fishing 3 feet down, jigs and minnows..drop it in the water and *poof* there they were. Almost all of them still had the eggs in them.

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