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spinnerfisher

I just got home from the weekend up there, thanks for putting us on some fun action. I'm sure we will be seeing you guys again next year at this time

Thanks again

Jeff

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work sucks

Spinner...Did you get any crappies or just eyes? Checking in on Thursday and can't wait!

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upnorthfishin

How many nights you stay? How many did you catch? Any crappies?

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spinnerfisher

we were there for 2 nights (two of us) and got 1 crappie 1 little snake northern and the rest were walleye I dont know how many. The bight was best at 10-2 overnight hours

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upnorthfishin

I will be up there in two weeks to stay for 2 nights. It's good to know the night bite is picking up. Then again there was a full moon this weekend. Steady action with the walleyes; or was it one or two fish an hour?

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shaky legs2

It was nice to meet you Spinnerfisher. Maybe we will see you up there again.

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Scott M

Good report. Hoping to have similar luck next weekend.

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Random guy

Spinnner sorry I didn't much of a chance to talk to you guys as I had the Marcum deal going along with a few other projects. From what Kelly said you guys where doing great on the walleye.

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kelly-p

A day from [PoorWordUsage] as I dropped the clutch out of the other V-Plow truck so I didn't get to see you before you left but if you 2nd day was evan 1/2 as good as your 1st day,,,,, you won. cool

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jjohnson5150

We were just down the road from you in the garage door house. We ended up with a pail full of fish, but they would come 1 every hour or 2. The pail of fish contained a mix of everything. Walleye (12-14 of them / kept 6), Perch (6), Pike (4) & Crappie (1) came to visit. I know it sounds like a broken record, but the Minnow Station houses with Kelly & Jonny are the best. My Dad & I had a great time. Whoever plops down in the spot we were in, I hope you catch whatever was taking our green glow jigs. It was probably a big Pike, but we will never get to see for sure. I'd like the garage door house on our next trip please grin

I have some really cool pix of the full moon setting on Sat morning. The moon was the shape of a football due to the vision tricks Red Lake plays on anything on the horizon. The super hillmans highway was looking a bit strange on Sat also. I can e-mail them to anyone willing to post the pix. I've tried several times to put up pix, but for whatever reason it never works.

The only complaint I have is that I don't live closer.

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spinnerfisher

well I just asked Carl what our final tally was and we ended with 49 walleye 1 crappie and 1 northern, Im sitting here cranking we are the champions haha, but id have to say thats mostly due to you guys putting us on a good spot, thanks again

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kelly-p

"Whoever plops down in the spot we were in"

We moved that house today, hopefuly to better action. You guys fished hard and I was hoping for better crappie action.

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work sucks

Kelly, sounds like a clue where your going to have us at the end of the week! Nothing wrong with you putting us on some crappies!!!

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kelly-p

After paying us with 2 dollar bills last years last year you guys are heading for the beach. grin

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work sucks

C'mon Kelly...I'm new to the $2 crew...You can put the originals on the beach, they might not even notice that they are in 2' or water. wink

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woodman

expecially JR cuz he fished for a whole day without a hook on the end of his line! crazy

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work sucks

Nice call Woodman, not to mention, isn't he the one that put hamburger grease down the hole? (cuz he didn't know)

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woodman

Yes he is the one, good thing it was not one of Kelly or Jonny's houses! He said he was going to be GOOD this year, we will see. Is he in your house? No sleeping bags needed in my basement, but you better bring them for the fish houses.

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Korns

I was up this past weekend for the first time ever on URL. It was a lot of fun. We stayed in a 5 man sleeper and we were the "slow" group.

We didn't do too bad. Probably caught around 30 walleyes, 1 crappie, 1 perch, and a 33-34" northern. No consistent bite or time. The only thing we noticed is that the fish did not respond to jigging at all. Every fish pulled out of the water was caught on a dead stick. The dead stick thing was a little disappointing, it's much more enjoyable when you can attack them with jiggin'.

Although, I had hoped for a better bite, I hope to get back up there again and I enjoyed the experience. Thanks for the hard work guys!

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