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How was the trip. Finally got out myself Mon. pulled limits 5 nice C s and 10 nice Blues, the usual stuff and lakes.

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hey there hows the fishing , 10 keepers 6 gills 4 crops, 2 good 9-10" crops lost on the vex float. Ya man stacked like cord wood right off the bat.

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I had the same results. Jackpot!

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Well after setting up in calm conditions and the sun shinning bright it all turned into holding on and every man for himself in a portable with it gusting to 35mph+. Plenty of fish and all were crappie and the future is bright. All I can say is from 4:30-7:30 it was steady fish but all the same size of about 4-5 inches. laugh.giflaugh.gif As Lewis and Clarke have done, I will keep looking for the promised land. Just have to keep lookin. The kids were visious and pretty aggresive, don't think I missed a single bite. Tomorrow another day and a new spot, catch you on the rebound.

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Heres a Tuesday report, 7 crappie and 9 gills , had to make a slight move deeper tonite, Let it snow , Let it snow, Let it SNOWWWWW!!! laugh.giflaugh.gif

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Hey Whitetips and Boneysalayer,

Sounds like you're working for them and being rewarded. Hope the bigger crappies start snappin' like before.

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Well little tougher out there than I expected, snow is dense, will say I got off in one attempt. No shoveling.. Thankyou since I left that and the auger gas at home, 20 inched of ice and no gas and all that booney hopping. May need to trade my 235 chains for a set of 265 then theres nothing out there that will stop me. Fish won today, lucky you know whats! See ya on the ice. frown.gif

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The action was steady decent size, 1 crop of size, rest were gillage.

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