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ripstick

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Happy Holidays to all and to all good fishing sunday. has anybody been on grand lately? going out sunday morning and trying it past dark for some crappies. Any ideas or tips?

Everybody have fun with your new toys

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There should be plenty of ice to drive out on ripstick I was out with a tacoma yesterday. Fish were sluggish we were set up in about 12 feet of water marked some suspended fish around 7' thinking they were probably craps. Pike were hitting pretty good too of the bottom. Nothing else would bother a lure, we threw the whole book at them from every angle and they just did not want to bite. Good luck and let us know how you did.

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ripstick: I will be out on Friday am,Sat am, and most of Sunday as well I have a converted tent trailer with an American flag on the front. mostly snakes, some eyes, I have gotten some crappies and LM Bass as well. if you se a black Dodge Dakota next to It stop and say Hi. Nels grin.gif

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