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Anyone have monster walleye pics from Mill laces?

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I have tried to read all posts from this year and do not recall anyone with a fish over 30". Does anyone have pics of one or has anyone caught one? Please post.

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Do you have any updates on the lake maps that you were going to have re-printed?

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nothing over 30 for me, plenty between 22 and 27 however.

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My uncle has gotten 3 fish over 30" and countless 29" out there in his lifetime, ill see if i cant get some pics from him and post them here.

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Nothing over 30". 21 Eyes last year 25" - 27 3/4". If anyone can help, how do you get photos to show up here??

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29.5 here but nothing over 30 yet.

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