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walleyeking#8

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walleyeking#8

Thought i would start a post for anyone who is interested in posting pics of there walleye catches of 2009.

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28.5" Mustinka river walleye

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27.5" walleye from opener 2009

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goose89

Nice fish and CPR, Chad!!

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rappineyes
jlm021.jpgsunday night 28incher c&r

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rappineyes
kids070.jpgfrist fish of the year 12:03a.m. 26incher C&R

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ranger20

heres a 26er

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Scout*

Nice Green Lake walleye. What water depth?

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crue86

Nice fish smiley!!! Bet you havn't heard that in a while chad. I have a fish to get on here. It wasn't mine, but it was my 14 year olds. Unfortunatly grandma has a older camera and we have to wait to get pictures back. But last saturday night off shore on west norway he landed a 30inch walleye. He had a picture taken at the bait shop(last chance i think its called) on big norway and it is posted there. When i get the pictures back i will post. Unfortunatly it was kept and is at a taxidermist already. Sorry everyone but heck try and tell a 14 year old he only gets a picture. I told him they could have made a rep. , but nooooo way was he going for that.

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riverrat56

Congrats to your son crue86!

That mount will be memory he can have forever, no shame at all in keeping it.

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eyewarrior

No need to apologize nothing wrong with a 14 yr old keeping a trophy for the wall.

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goose89

Sounds like several Willmar area lakes are doing well this spring, for walleye. Good to hear.

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walleyeking#8

Congrats to your son Crue86.......can't wait to see a pic of it!!

Did the same thing for my son years back when he caught a real big walleye.....a memory that will last a lifetime!

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LEECH21

We boated a 28 incher on opener. I'll try to get a pic up on here soon.

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jigginjim

Stocked, you caught that one good. It looks like maybe Nest, or Diamond?

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Scout*

[Note from admin: Let's keep this thread on topic please. Please read forum policy before posting again. Thank you.]

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Lunker71

Heard about some nice fish on south long.

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jigginjim

Welcome lunker, I think I fished that same lake this spring for Large sunnies.

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basssmasher*

My buddy caught his personal best eye which was 25 inches and just short of 6 lbs on a lake within 4 miles of Willmar.. he was happy!! as soon as I can figure out how to get pic from phone to pc i will post also

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LEECH21

The fish was caught on a rather small, under fished area lake (not Henderson).

Heres the pic.....28"

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MN Shutterbug

That's awesome. You got a nice fish that weekend. wink No, seriously, it's a dandy.

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Lunker71

Nice fish leech

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mr d

NICE!!!! fish people!!!!

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walleyeking#8

Good friend and league partner Scott with his 27" walleye caught on June 5th, 2009.

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riverrat56

Nice fish!

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ranger20

wow that 27 needs to start eating some more but nice fish

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mr d

how many times did ya pull that one out for leauge????

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J'sBait&Sport

RIGHT MR. D ..

Chad, Even the Fish looks little freezer burn....hee...hee

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mr d

good eye j

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slurpie

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Managed a. Couple eyes the other morning.

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