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thistlekicker

sucker run still on?

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I am wondering if I should bring my wading gear when I visit the in-laws at Hubert this weekend.

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They were still running yesterday at Mayo creek on the South end of Mayo Lake. There were a ton of people there catching them.

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Capt'n Musky, when were you there?

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Capt'n Musky, when were you there?


I wasn't, but my dad went by there on his fourwheeler and he told me about it. I believe it was before lunch some time yesterday.

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They were thick in Stoney Brook as well! When I say thick, I mean you could walk across the creek on their backs! It was bad news for trout fishing that's for sure!

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They were thick in Stoney Brook as well! When I say thick, I mean you could walk across the creek on their backs! It was bad news for trout fishing that's for sure!


Ha! Well that's April for you, I guess.

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As of Friday they were nearly gone.......weird........Hopefully those who were looking for them got some....I wanted a few to smoke but I guess there is next year.

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