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walleyefey

This is the last week!! Were is the hot spot?

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Just wondering where everyone is heading and what the "word" is on the street. I have heard mixed reports on Benton (tried it last night without a bite), some perch and walleye coming off of Sarah (weather permitting), and lake Shetek. One other lake with some reports is West Graham with some 18-22 inch walleyes being caught. Lets here what others have to say. Give up your hot spot, theres only a few days left! laugh.gif

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I'm going to slabfest so I will not be around. However, if I were to be in the area my house would be on Bloody.

I was on Winnie last weekend so a couple friends of mine took my perm house to West Grahm. They caught a few but no braggers.

With the local fishing I've been doing for a while, I'd definately be on Bloody, but then again what do I know?? Hint hint. grin.gif

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I will also be up at slabfest this weekeen. What resort will you be out of? We will be about 5 miles out of Hillmans

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we will be there to deadminnowcatcher when are you going to be there we should be there thursday sometime

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Will have to wait till the end of the week to give up any hot spots, hopefully I'll have one by then grin.gif Pretty much hit and miss right now. The weekend doesn't sound to good, going to take the house off the lake tomorrow frown.gif

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thursday afternoon also. Blue chev pickup with tan 17 ft v front house

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Anyone give School Grove a try? Dead Coon? Last weekend to hunt for some eyes..

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Walleyefey, e-mail sent.

This is too funny. We all live within 20 miles of each other but we're driving 7 hours north to meet. grin.gif

Catch yous guys on URL!!!!

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Fished Louisa today from 7-1 and caught about 20-25 perch. Most fish ranged from 6-10 inches. We never caught any jumbos but did see a few from the "neighbors". Then we went over to Round lake and fished the sun down bite. Caught 15 walleyes and missed 5. All walleyes were smaller and averaged the 12-13 inch range. Overall it was a great day to get out and enjoy the nice weather.

A note to all of the FM members from SW Minn. heading to Upper Red. You guys picked a perfect weekend to head up North. I am sure many phone calls to the Mrs. will include details about being stranded up north will the storm and no way of making it home! cool.gif

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Dude, unfortunately the roads were good enough to drive on to get home. frown.gif

It really would NOT have sucked to be stranded a day on URL.

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