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JSTARK

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Got my butt handed to me..... Only 6 14" eyes and one 12". Few decent hand sized sunfish and one nice crappie.

Kept the 12 as I wanted a decent meal! (group of 4)

Lots of little ones 9-11"!!!

Still was fun being out again.

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Hey Josh Learn how to spell minute!!!! grin.gifgrin.gif

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What's some of the better midnight lakes around here? i'm in the metro but willing to travel!!

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I was so excited that I forgot how to spell.... blush.gif

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Where you going for opener josh? Why don't you come up to Winnie with us? Still Trying to figure out who this is?

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i cant wait either i have been counting down since the start of apirl!!!! haha

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I would have to guess Tony P possibly Carl, more likely Tony??

For opener I'll be going to my secret lake.... Shhhhh....

Four of us limited out in two hours, kept nothing under 15".

Got our biggest at night 26". My brother, and I both lost a decent fish right before Ryan caught that 26".

I plan on 7 of us limiting out in 2 1/2 hours this year! cool.gif

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Tony why don't you guy's save the trip and come up to Ryan's?

Plus answer your cell phone!!!

Where have you been?? I've been looking for you for about four years now.......... grin.gif

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When are you leaving to Winnie? Where are you staying? Who is all going?

Any other big fishing plans this year? I might be able to make your next outing.

Let's go fishing someplace sometime at least...

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Ryan has a brand new yellow rain jacket, that's itching to be ripped apart.

He also has a can of cheese dip that he wants to double dip.... shocked.gif

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cheese dip that was funny. we are going back up to Kab. on memorial week you guys should go. Tell Ryan he better pack a lunch grin.gif

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My wife's family is from International Falls.... Maybe I can drop her and the kids off up there and go fish Kab!

This is Tony right?

Who is going up there?

I'll figure something out.

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yeah its me. You should do that i will be bringing my rug rat for a few days. The usual people will be up their carl and the mob. Get a hold of me some time.

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I talk to the wife, Ryan and possibly my brother and see what we can do....

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