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Global Warming Question

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If global warming is real, can we move the opener up to the second Saturday in April? Just a thought.

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If global warming is real, can we move the opener up to the second Saturday in April? Just a thought.


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sounds like a winner to me!!! smirk.gif I already have the boat ready from fishing the Mississippi! I'm ready!! grin.gifgrin.gif

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If this weather keeps up, those walleyes will be out on the reefs and mid-lake humps by the middle of May!!!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Gunflint, I think that even with global warming you would have to take up ice fishing to fish the lakes on the trail.

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