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Where is everyone heading to for opener?

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I will be heading to a Lake somewhere in Hubbard county.. Come rain or shine a limit of eye's will be mine. Nothing better than coming in around noon sitting around the wood burning stove in the garage <which seems to always be needed and talking about the mornings events.

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Mille Lacs, North End. Rain or Shine. It can't come soon enough.

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I will be heading to a Lake somewhere in Hubbard county..


Now this would be a pretty boring post if we were all as mysterious.

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might going to big sadny lake for opener as everyone r welcome! limits or no fish i know i will stil have fun boozin up! smile.gif

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I will be on Mille Lacs along with the thousands of other people. Anyone want to place bets that it will be raining? Never fails!! The only good thing about a rainy opener is it normally keeps the numbers of boats down a little.

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Vermilion will be my destination.

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Lake Vermilion for me too! laugh.gif

Cliff

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Somewhere around deerwood.

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Whiteface and Bassit - St. Louis County

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In my front yard smile.gif

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St. Louis River for me. 5 minutes from my house and awesome walleye fishing. Ill probably have more fish in the 1st hour than most will catch all day. grin.gif

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Shetek, but Lac Qui Parle the following week is marked on my calender!

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Lake of the Woods..Can't wait! Cold winds and rough water, heaven on earth!

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milacs for me...should be cold and wet....I only wish it was a weekend trip instead of a day trip

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Winnie and the Gap.

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I will also be on Mille Lacs.

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Hmm... I don't really want to fight the crowds, so I'm not heading to one of the big walleye lakes. If I go on Saturday, it will be on a lake that isn't likely to be overly packed. I'm thinking I might even go to a pike lake and skip the eyes altogether on Saturday shocked.gif then on Sunday or Monday go for the eyes. Maybe Tonka or Waconia? Still have a few more days to decide what I'm going to do... tongue.gif

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I will be on Mille Lacs N. of Garrison... A good rain from 2pm till midnight Friday is my only hope. I don't mind if a few people decide to wait till Morning. Then to a couple lakes close by. Should be a great weekend any way it works out to be.

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Minnewaska on Saturday and I am not sure on Sunday. Depends upon where the wife wants to go since it is her day that day. frown.gif

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Lime Lake trolling for snot rockets.

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In my front yard
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Me too...I mean my group will be staying at Appledorn's Sunset Bay on Mille Lacs.....4 boats, 13 guys....can't wait!

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Mille Lacs, out of Hunters Point.

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on a lake near curent and gravel cool.gif but seriously IDK! maybe vermillion or white Iron possibly shagawa.

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Malmo. Not a better place to be on the opener!!!!!

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Normally hit Bowstring. But have not made the trip in 2 years. Hoping to get back this year.

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