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eelpout#1

miltona on tuesday

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First time on board. I am in the Wadena Fishing League and we fish on Miltona on Tuesday night. I would appreciate any help on where and with what to fish either esox or bass. We have a 15 point lead with four weeks to go and must do better than we have before on Miltona to hold on to 1st place. Either reply to my on this board or e-mail me at tcary54@hotmail.com.

thanks alot

tc

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Welcome aboard eelpout.

I can't help you with Miltona, but there will be some pretty good FishingMN people here to help soon.

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Thanks for all the help guys. Just to let you know how we did Tuesday night. 8 Northerns, 2 Largemouth Bass and 1 Walleye that counted for fishing league. Another team caught two (a 35" and 38") muskies using a downrigger combo. Other than that, there were a few other walleyes, about a dozen bass and one nice 14" crappie caught.

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eelpout....sorry for not gettin in on the replies...was away from the pc all week. Did you get enough points to hold the lead?

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Alexandria, MN 56308
(320) 763-9598

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We just got done fishing Long Lake at Hubbard tonight and we got washed out. It will have to be a make-up. On Miltona the 2nd place team gained 1 point and we gained 5 points on 3rd place with 3 weeks to go. Dead Lake, Shamineau and a refish of Long Lake. It will take some luck but can be done.

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