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Hey Guys,

Am up getting ready to head out, gotta wait on the wife, LOL, so, any luck? I know they are there, and where, was just checking!

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caught 2 walleyes and a muskie from shore on harriet last night

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We hit several spots, and did well, got 4, lost several, saw and heard lot of people say the did good too, seems like it was a good day.

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If you don't mind me asking, what places did you hit carverfshrmn? Looks like your out in my neck of the woods...just curious.

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We had a limit of walleyes for 4 people. All in all, good fishing opener.

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I was at the River, Marion, Belle, and Washington, just out driving and getting to know the area, so did not really fish to hard, but did real nice. wink.gif

P. S. live in Norwwod laugh.gif

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