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RodNGun

March 1st

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March 1st brings many things this year. The snow storm of the year that could have been here 3 months ago. Since the ground is frozen all the snow will run right off into the rivers and the lake. YEAH! The ice out on the lake that many people have taken advantage of, and dinner. Plenty of grilled Coho's and smoked Hering. Also stops the circus that has taken place out on the bay this year. May should also bring shore fishing, but not til warm weather and all the snow melts. Can we say in like a lion out like a lamb. Hopefully, my ten footers are iching to bend. wink.gif

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Guys out fishing the bay today.

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Didn't walleye fishing close on the bay yesterday or did I miss something?

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Ya I guess they must be POUT fishin? crazy.gif

Maybe perchin? Or they just dont have a clue.

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Weren't we saing it closed with the WI closing dates or something like that. Don't quote me, I'm too lazy to dig out the regs right now. Either way, I don't think I'm gonna make it out there.

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I think its called crppie fishing is it not. wink.gif

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Are the smelt running yet?? Just kidding but i cant wait for it to start as it game on for open water fishing them. Time to put my ice gear away and get the rods out

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Crappies in the Bay???

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