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andrew chadwick

open water

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has anyone been doing any open water panfish, catfish, or anything other than superior latley. with the water so murky I find that the fishing will be nard on the big lake. Im antsy to get out and catch something besides steelhead.

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I can't help you there. To me there is only one fish right now...and it is made of steel.

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Matt, what type of fish eats yarn? smile.gif

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I'm not going to give the true answer to that one. shocked.gif Do you have that boat ready for the open water yet captain?

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Matt, what type of fish eats yarn?
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very prety ones.and they fight well too...

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The boat will be ready by next weekend. And the weekends are filling up fast.

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Sick of steelhead? What? I think not. Thats good for me 1 less.

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Ive been going to the rivers every day, and with the exception of one day I havent caught much. I just wana go get some crappies and gills on one of those windy days like today.

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is the louis open? is it worth fishing there for cats or something. I would think its still to cold.

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    • Cliff Wagenbach
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