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Started out sat. around 3:30 p.m. out of Wilderness

Warmth. Great roads (nice and wide). Jay keeps good

roads. Please follow them. This will make sure you

get back. We fished about 3-4 hours about 100 yards

north west of sprit island. Not a fish on the aqua

veiw or finder. We left and headed for isle bay.

Ended up going out of Appledorns (formerly Karpons)

and hit a sure spot on doe reef. Although we did not

catch anything, we saw a couple of very good eye's

off of bottom with our cam. realy cool! My brother in law

caught a eal. I will try to upload picture. Will be back

later in week with the wife.


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Anyone heard of crappie action on old Milac? Brother-inlaw

wanted to hit mac's bays. Been years since i have caught

them out there. adlib or maybe I will start another post.



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