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only 87 days till walleye opener

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Only 87 days till walleye opener in MN. I Just got the forcast from the National Weather Service. It's going to be Cold, Rainy, windy and Dark at Midnight.

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Oh thanks Paul, tease me for so many days to come, its just plain mean, but i will be in the boat hopefully mid April chasing some crappies around and hopefully one early trip to Devils Lake if all goes well. I am just hoping opener this year is as good as last year. grin.gifgrin.gif

A. Shae

P.S. Paul you are mean!!! tongue.gif

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Ya As I dragged my fish house past my boat last weekend I was trying to think what would be more fun right now. then I realized..... WHO CARES I am fishing. I was just sending an email to work to make sure I had the weekend off for opener. I have been kinda screwed last few openers. I worked in Fargo Last year on Saturday but was out at midnight on friday till 6am. slept till 10am worked from noon to 2am and was back on the water at 5:00am. Slept monday after work. It was gruelling. but a tradition. I have not missed opening day since I was a baby. This spring when ICE out we will be dragging the boat to Ransonm county and fishing some small ND game and Fish stocked lakes. One in particular we have iced fished for the first time this year and did great. Will be interesting to see what spring brings us.

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