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Ranger55746

does anyone know the date of the contest? thanks ranger

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Jim Almquist

Kinda hate to tell you but it was yesterday. I believe the winner was a 11lb northern.

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Ranger55746

why would they have it the same day as hibbing winter frolic?

any idea when the polar day fishing is in chisholm?

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FatMike

What won the Hibbing contest on Carey Lake?

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magnum mike

A 5.5 pound slimer won the trip to Zipple Bay. 4.75 lb was second place. No big walleyes in Carey Lake this year.

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kingkobbla

Does anyone know what won the Guyer fishing tourny on Trout Lake in Coleraine?

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MAdDuckiceroads

28 in walleye

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Hibbing

Chisholm contest is on Feb. 16, 2008.

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muskyjim

madduck- i heard three pike took the three top places on trout lk. were you in the contest?

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muskyjim

fat mike- did you ever make it out on the canisteo pit?

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FatMike

No unfortunately I haven't had the chance. Might not make the trip this winter. Maybe a summertime trip though.

Anyone else try the Canisteo pit this winter?

FatMike

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MAdDuckiceroads

yea my buddy was weighing in a fish when the guy brought up the eye' so unless there were 3 pike caught in the last 15 min i'm pretty sure the eye' won it. i never even heard of anyone on the leader board with a northern but i guess i personally never checked the final board.

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muskyjim

did he catch the weight of that 28" eye? just curious. the final results should be in one of the papers soon.

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finnbay

Lawrence Lake? Title of this thread just caught my eye. \:\) They still catch crappies by Sell's Resort? I'm not a Lorry Laker but grew up just down the road on Snaptail.

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MAdDuckiceroads

it sounded like it was a big male so he was guessing it was around 6 1/2 pounds only

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bottomdweller

My Dad says they are biting on Lawrence but they are small.

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