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Who'll be on the WF Chain for the opener?

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I'll be there again this year. Had some decent luck last year trolling husky jerks in about 8-9 fow on Whitefish. Fished at midnight-3am on opener and well after dark the following night. Very quiet on WF that time of night.

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I was out there at midnight last opener, only caught one walleye at about 12:30. It was sure cold. I got one of my coworkers into fishing last year and he took opener off before me, so I'll be at work this year tongue.gif

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Havent ever done too well on whitefish for opener... Just a couple 'eyes here and there... Wish I could still be out there though, since it's always so quiet.. Down at school though so I'll have to wait a couple weeks to fish it

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i will be there but fishing for other species....

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At the Wharf or Manhattan Beach? wink.gif

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