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18 inch Crappie

Anyone see the plane on the ice fishing?

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18 inch Crappie    0
18 inch Crappie

Hit Red on my way back from LOW on Tuesday, Saw a plane land on the lake, pull out a ice house, drill holes and fish for the afternoon. I went out through WW set up by 9am done by 9:30am. Never have I seen a bite like this. I have heard other people talk about it, but this day was my lucky day. I did not want to go home early so went in for lunch and fished the rest of the day for fun. Saw guys cleaning 20, 30 and one group had 60 crappies, that is a lot of cleaning.

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18 inch Crappie

bump..

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I was fishing on Bald Eagle Lake and a bunch @$$holes flew around and on the lake, I know thats a strong word but they were flying illeagaly low mad.gif, and landed so close to the shanty towns that I expected to hear a unusually close auger, then look outside and find out it wasn't a auger engine i was hearing, but it was getting closer! shocked.gif

also the last one to take off went up at somewhere around a 60-80 degree angle! I'm not making this up!!! When we left (this is the best part) we drove by White Bear Lake and there was a bar on the waterfront, all of the planes were parked infront of it!!! "Ok sir I'm going to have to ask you to fly in a straight line, ok now touch your right Wheel to the ice... ok now the left, right, left, right, right, gotcha! You have the right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be used against you in the court of law..." lol! Seriously though, what a bunch of (Contact US Regarding This Word)!!! Imagine what a drunk driver could do going a couple hundred miles an hour!!! I'm not trying to be a jerk but it could turn out like a mini 9/11!

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Hopefully everyone was drinking cokes. The rules that apply to small planes don't even allow passengers to be on board after having a drink.

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Once a year I will get lucky and limit real quick like that. Now I spose the Guides and lcals can do that 5-10 times a year smile.gif Oh yeah I got lucky the first time out this year, a blast. Next day, 4 fish. Havent been back yet..

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