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tunrevir

Saturday night Eastside, anyone, anyone............

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Sorry got carried away with the whole Ferris Bueler(sp?) thing. Hey, I will be out on the east side on saturday night and was just wondering if anyone has turned any fish over that way. I usually troll from hunters to lakeside reef but last Thurs. night the fish didn't cooperate. I am thinking of maybe trying 2-3 mile and seeing what happens. Anyone had any luck over there lately? Not looking for specific spots but sounds like west has been much better then the E. I haven't ever fished the west side and am gunshy to go out in the dark over there so any help would be appreciated. I'm taking my wifes great uncle out and hope to get him on a few fish as he has never caught any eyes bigger then 2-3 lbs. Thanks and good luck fishing& all of you hunters out there good luck to you as well...be safe and enjoy the folks you hunt with!

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I'm mostly an east side guy myself. Caught a bakers half dozen a couple of weekends ago down by doe and big point. Have ventured over to the west side a couple of times this fall and haven't done much better on that side. Maybe I hit it at the wrong time, maybe I wasn't showing em what they wanted to see .. I dunno. I'm hunting from tomorrow through Sunday ... Couple days of pheasants and a couple days of deer. Good luck.

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Thanks for the report!

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