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MuskyBug85

The Dam this morning (sorta)

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Well I stayed up late last night making baits so this morning i figured i could sleep in. Well thats when the fisherman in me took over and I figured I better. Spent 20 minutes at the dam in town at around noon and caught 2 walleyes, 4 bass, and 2 rockbass. There is today's report i will be in the boat tommorrow and i will let you know how it goes. I am at work at nine so if you are in town between nine and five swing in and say hi, it was a pleasure to me Bassman today. Oh yeah we have redtails for $6.50 right now, yeah is said redtails and yes they are only $6.50 right now. stop by and say hi. JOnah

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What dam are you talking about? Nice job on those fish. grin.gif

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fish hook river dam in park rapids and thanks.

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