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fishingboy2008

Walleye Opener?

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hey yall just wondering where people are going for opener. i myself dont really have a clue right now but its looking like ill be out on one of these local area lakes.

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Madison 12:01 am

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Mille Lacs.

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The river, Minnesota smile.gif

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Hopefully for the opener on in-land waters it will be Cannon Lake at Midnight, Mazaska by 4:30 AM.

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For Walleye opener? Maybe fishing Northerns on Rice lake.

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Big Jefferson for me, gotta love the convience, dock day as well.

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Muddog is definitely back...

Talkin' about northerns and trout. grin.gif

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Washington north of Hutchinson is where I'll be

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15 fish today.

I just may go to Madson again this year. I did vary well there last opener.

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