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Just wondering if this Gobal warming season will ever end, I think summer is comming right?

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Northlander

Not soon enough. Although the best pannie and walleye bite is still coming.

The walleyes will be in the big lake by the way so nobody go telling me how out of season they are. LOL.

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MOBY RICHARD*

Don't forget the big SSSS, Smelt Seining and Sandwrestling Season...in about two months...if it ever warms up...

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matthothand

I give it a month and a half. Unless the ice sticks around like last year. The extended forecast doesn't look to balmy.

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Northlander

Sand wrestling? Who would ever take part in such a childish behavior? whistle.gif

Ya I cant wait to go freeze my rear off and chase little silver fish that we soon wont be able to use for bait and probably wont be able to sel because of the VHS.

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BRULEDRIFTER

From the way I understand the regs, smelt from Lake Superior cannot be used as bait except for only on Lake Superior. Superior is listed as an impaired waterway, and in the regs it's illegal to take anything from an impaired waterway and use it as bait.

Is my interpretation wrong?

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MOBY RICHARD*

Yeah, as of late last year, in Swissconsin, you can only use bait in the waters it was taken from, except when purchased from a liscensed dealer, and then you can only use it in the waters you are on, once you leave those waters, you must dispose of it, you cannot bring it home or use elsewhere, even if you did'nt have it in your baitwell or mixed with lakewater...in other words, one use bait... eek.gif

Matt, it Will only be 6 weeks...before the first false alarms are sounded... ;\)

NL, I heard your crown is on the line this year... \:o

Well I hope we can still eat the little wigglers, though I don't know if anyone will bite the heads off anymore... whistle.gif

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matthothand

M. Rich the head is the best part!

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Northlander

Moby what crown would that be? I have so many ya know. crazy.gifgrin.gif

Oh you must be talking sand wrestling? That was a 1 time deal with a guy who had too much liquid courage in him I think. Either that or he thought I was someone else. ;\)

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MOBY RICHARD*

NL, I was mistaken once, but I was wrong...I thought I was someone else... crazy.gif\:D

Matt, just remember to spit the head, keep the body... \:\(

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