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Good Luck On The Opener

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I hope everyone has a fun and safe Fishing Opener this coming weekend! smile.gif

Lot to do this week to be at optimum readiness. I still need to sort out my winter gear from summer gear. A stop at the bait shop fo minnows, leeches, and assorted last minute tackle items.

Pop and I will start out by Flatrock and Gibby's Reef west side of Ely Island and head eastward along the north shore. This year we'll be in a black Crestliner / 115 Mercury full windhiled. Stop by and compare walleye notes and Governor's entourage sightings.

Good luck and see you on the lake! cool.gif

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I am probably gonna start out by Stuntz Bay and head east from there. I just hope that I can get my lazy butt up and on the lake before all the parking spots are gone smirk.gif

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Well, what's it looking like for opener up there?? Do you need me send some "canned potatoes" up?? grin.gif

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Chris,

Send the spuds!!! We are going to need them for the big fish fry! grin.gif

Looks like a great opener here! laugh.gif

Cliff

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Isn't the Gov coming up there this year??

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