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WILDEYES

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WILDEYES

Went out on Elk Lake yesterday 1-01-2005. Listened to it thunder and watched it lighting. This didn't help the fishing though, I was skunked, not a good way to start off the New Year. blush.gif

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Neiko

I went to the other Elk lake this morning and caught 2 Northerns in the first 20 minutes. After that I it was quite for 2 hours and then I got one more Northern and perch. I sure do like my Marcum. I might try Buffalo lake this week for crappies before work.

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anyfishwilldo

You must mean a Marcum flasher, because I didn't even bring my Marcum camera to that filthy lake.

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Neiko

Yes I was. I got the LX3. Which Elk lake is filthy? The one by Zimmerman or Becker? I was at the one by Zimmerman.

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WILDEYES

Hi Neiko,

Went out on Elk tonight the one by Becker with my new Marcum,what a differnce this baby makes. I caught two small eyes. Have a good night a work frown.gif

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ASMOLEY

I've never fished Elk lake before but i was out on Briggs this last weekend with a few of my friends we caught 13 walleyes and 23 crappies but they were all extremly small but it was nice to have some action. Lots of other houses out on Briggs, Julia, and Rush has any done good on these lakes? Good fishin everyone!

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anyfishwilldo

We caught almost 2 limits of craps, and 3 gills on Julia yesterday between 3-7.

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