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FIrst Trip to Red Lake Report --Waskish Minnow Station

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This our first ever trip to Red Lake. Me and my 11 year old son spent Sunday night in a sleeper from The Waskish Minnow Station. John showed us to our sleeper and gave us some tips and later came back to check on us. This winter was a busy one for us and we didn't get out fishing enough together. We had a great time talking, playing games and catching fish. We ended up with a good number of Walleyes and some Crappies the biggest being 14.5". We will be coming back next year.

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Sweet report!!! Nice pics! good to see you both had alot of fun!!

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Looks like you two had fun!

Congrats on a great weekend.

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and that's what it's all about way to go guys. laugh.gif

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Nice pics!

Looks like the boy has got a death grip on that crappie! I wouldn't want it to get away either. smile.gif

Congrats guys!

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