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When will they stop?

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The reef bite is still hot and heavy. Me and old dad went out and pulled some nice ones this Fri. and Sat. Looked like most did well except for a couple WI guys I know who did a little chummin' on Arnesens Reef Saturday. If I would of known that I would have been following them! wink.gif I pulled my biggest of the year, a 31"+ fatty along with a 29.5". My dad got 2 of his biggest in quite a few years at 28" and 28.75"

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two pics of a 31"er

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29.5"er

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28"er for dad

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28.75"er for dad

later,

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icemiester71

Some real hoggers!

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AaronM

Great fish and nice boat, looks like you have plenty of room in there!

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srj

Nice fish Todd. That 31 is a real walrus!!

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hanson

Great pics of some beautiful fish!

I'm jealous!

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iffwalleyes

"When Will They Stop"

They will stop if I come up to fish grin.gif. "You should have been here last week" is what I usually hear. God that looks like a good time. Wished the weekends were available to get up there again this summer but it looks like a no go. Maybe the rainy in early Oct. will work for me.

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