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Anyone headed up tonight? Do you think the skimice will be gone?

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im looking at it right now and there doesnt look like any ice to me

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D, We'll be up tomorrow night. Not sure where we will be fishing though. Give me a call on your way up.

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There was some ice in the bay but I think it was from Friday night when it got 17. But what a weekend to get out. The best so far, now the problem is how to get some eaters. I have no fish right now and all I can catch is 26 and 27 inch fish. What a problem....... grin.gif

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The area we were fishing was loaded with 18 - 22" fish after ~10:00 pm. On any one of the 3 nights we were there we could have easily put a 2-person limit of quality eating sized fish in the boat in 30 minutes. Our bigger fish actually came between 3:30 - 7:30 pm.

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