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Sinker

Sturgeon46-Sucka???

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Sinker

Sturgeon46 and The Sucka, did you dudes quit fishing? Haven't heard from you for a while.I know TRZ is still hitting the ice.I was just wondering if you've been out lately.Take care.

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Sturgeon46

Hate to say it but I have not been out. I've been watching the board and the other on ************ - nothing new to report!

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TRZ

what it the address of the other board?

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Sinker

Is there another forum on the St. Croix somewhere?Just curious.Later.

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TRZ

dosen't look like i will make it down today, my pull cord pulled out of my auger yesterday. i'll fix it tonight and be ready for this weekend. i should be at the open water all day sunday, by the way sinker if your fishing near my shack, help your self to using it. with this cold weather a permenent can be nice. i also might hit the FM get together on phalen. hope to see you this weekend.

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Sinker

TRZ,thanks for the offer.I was down there today,northwest of your shack about 200 yards.Fished from about 1 pm to 6 pm.Pretty slow.Kept a smaller sauger and an average crappie.Released a white bass,small sauger and small crappie.Thought I might see you at your shack.I intended to fish until maybe 4 pm at the spot I was at and then head to the open water but I himmed and hawwed about it and with the wind and cold I admit I just was lazy today. Question:You said you would be at the open water all day on Sunday.Is it pretty good fishing all day there or do you just get walleyes towards evening like other spots?I've always wondered that but never fished there before late afternoon.Good Luck wherever you end up.Might be at the power plant on Sunday myself.Keep in touch.

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Sturgeon46

************.com

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Sturgeon46

Oh. I get it... We blank out the other website's url...

Send me a private message if you want the address.

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TRZ

Do you have a e-mail address?

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Buzzer

Yes there is another Fourm for the St. Croix its called ************.com looks like a good one also.

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Ok they won't let me put the URL

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[This message has been edited by Jim W (edited 03-14-2003).]

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