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Birch Point 1/7

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Went out on Friday afternoon for some quiet time and fishing near Birch Point. Drilled a couple of holes set up the locator and one dead stick. Threw a lot of different jigs at the fish in the other hole. Felt like an orchestra playing to an empty house. The bobber went down one time and I got so excited that I tried to set the hook only after a minute.

Score: Fish 1, Orchdork 0

Fishmeister, It was nice to meet you and put a face to the name. I checked and there was no road to RLC. We did better on Saturday on LOtW but didn't fill out. Really nice size to the fish. Good luck with your new venture.

OD

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HI OD.,

NICE TO MEET YOU ALSO, BIRCH POINT HAS BEEN HIT & MISS, I HEARD A GOOD REPORT TODAY OF SOMEONE FILLING OUT IN A HOUR ON 15 & 16 INCHERS. I'M HEADING OVER TO L.O.W. FOR THE WEEKEND. SUPPOSED TO BE LIKE A HIGH OF 23 BELOW FRIDAY.

SINCERELY,

FISHMIESTER

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Hey FM, Slotfish and I will be at LOW Thursday-Sunday fishing out of Ballards. Its going to be a cold one, if you have any -25 tricks to intice the bite let us know.

It will be a great time regardless, good luck.

Dasfooter

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HEY DAS,

WERE STAYING AT BALLARDS ALSO, HIGH OF 25 BELOW FRIDAY.

SEE YOU THERE.

SINCERELY,

FISHMIESTER

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fishmeister-

cool you're going to be there. hey, if you have access to r.l. sportfishing hats can you bring me one? i lost mine and wanted to proudly display it over there. i did catch a qualifying fish and have the $2. if not no big deal. see you at the lodge.

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any action out of woodys houses??

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HI ONTASK,

THEY HAVE BEEN DOING WELL IN 34'!

SINCERELY,

FISHMIESTER

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HI SLOTFISH,

MY BROTHER & 8 OF HIS BUDDIES FROM THE BLUE EARTH AREA, ARE ALL GOING TO BE AT BALLARDS ALSO. I WILL BRING YOUR HAT, NO PROBLEM. SEE YOU THERE. BRING YOUR WOOLIES!!! IT GOING TO BE A BIT NASTY!!!

SINCERELY,

FISHMIESTER

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