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How is the fish'n?

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I will be leaving O'Hre on Thursday morning for the annual Memorial Day trip to God's Country. Cn't wait to get out of this rat race.

Anyways, we will be staying on B-side. How has fish'n been? I see you have been experiencing some tough weather.

Where would you fish come Friday? Think they are still in the mouth of the river on Shag? We typically fish with 1/16 oz. jigs and rainbows.

Any suggestions?

We may also try to work some paint off a spoon or two on B-side. I suspect the fish are still in the shallows. Any help would be greatly apreciated as I only get to fish this week in the good country. In august, it is not only slow, but I have the family with. Being the guide is a totally different story with a few small ones, but a GREAT experience.

Looking forward to the fresh North Country air and lack of cell phone signal!

Scott

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Better bring a tent to stay in, just in case!! I rented your cabin out to a motorcycle gang for a one week beer bash and haven't checked to see if it is still standing!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Ouch!!! shocked.gif

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Ha Ha Ha Great Outdoors-

How are those cigar walleyes biting? grin.gif I heard you can't find a bottle of Geritol anywhere in town right now, so they must be biting pretty good for ya!!! tongue.gif

The "Fish Master" grin.gif

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I heard some guy that works at the golf course bought all the Geritol in town, trying to bring the greens back to life grin.gif

Burntside went up about 3 inches after yesterdays rain, never got a bite today, never saw a rock bass in the boat house. I figured you either caught them all, and were having a big fish fry tonight with Justin's special "Walleye suprise" smile.gif or the rain pushed everything out deeper. Surface temp dropped slightly, 54-56 degrees today-was almost 58 last Wednesday.

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Better bring a tent to stay in, just in case!! I rented your cabin out to a motorcycle gang for a one week beer bash and haven't checked to see if it is still standing!!
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I hope you charged a bunch. I actually just took out another policy on the place. Maybe we can upgrade in our rebuilding....

Does that then mean we need to have a meeting on your actions? If so, lets do it in your boat on Bside....

24 hours out and I can't wait. Is the fishing slow? shocked.gif

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You must mean a meeting on my yacht, I have rented it out to other groups for big bucks (Moonies, a bunch of guys with beards and prayer rugs, etc) I'll never rent it to the second group again, spent three days picking up 7.62X39 brass casings grin.gif

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You must mean a meeting on my yacht, I have rented it out to other groups for big bucks (Moonies, a bunch of guys with beards and prayer rugs, etc) I'll never rent it to the second group again, spent three days picking up 7.62X39 brass casings
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Money talks, but I hate it when you need to p/u after renters. Where are their manners?

Where are the walleye's?

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(Moonies, a bunch of guys with beards and prayer rugs, etc)


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Now THAT is a good one!!!

Justin

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