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River Rat

Fishing Sat?

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Anybody wanna go fishin on saturday. I was planning on fishing the Dam at Island Lake Resevoir and walk down the river....Gunna fish for anything that will bite. If anybody is game post and we can meet or something.

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Good luck fishing. I might get out one more time next week but the plan for the weekend is grouse hunting. Even though the leaves are thick, my dog has spent to much time on the couch and needs lots of conditioning before the Oct/Nov pheasant trips to SD. It will be great to get into the woods.

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River Rat I would expect the water to be very low on that side. Who knows though if ya find the deeper holes you may do ok. I cant do it my wife has a rumage sale Sat. Big east end rummage sale every Sept. in Souptown. crazy.gif

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I was down there on thursday just bobber fishing and the bite was good. I sat right underneath the dam and caught 6 walleyes couple of good size crabbies and abunch of 2 lb smallies. I just need somebody to talk too my roommates dont fish.....

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Roommates don't fish? You need new roommates. grin.gif

Years ago I'd fish behind the Island and Fish lake dams. The low water actually helps to congregate the fish into the holes. Leave your contact info and I'll bet you'll get someone to fish with. Good Luck.

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