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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

Up close and personal look 

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So there's a beaver or sumtin in this pile?  ?

 

Ok backed up a few pics and saw that mother nature was doing some house cleaning. ?

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Have been up a few times this summer, too hot to chase walleye for me just some sunnies and bass off the dock with the nephews. Got a 6 yr old and a 4 yr old nephews now running open face reels with ease, makes my life easier. Dec 20th is the day I move up to the Rapids area permanently. Counting down the days, been working urban ER lately and the violent trauma has been way too high, getting excited for a bit slower pace!

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i will be headed back up the wed or thurs before labor day.........staying till tuesday after at least. hope it rains a bunch up there before. at this point not even contained campfires are allowed. ? not sure how much fishing i'll be doing..........i could use some more of them little snot rockets for pickling however!!!!!! 

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sounds like you fellers up there got a good bunch of much needed rain!!!!!!!!1 good thing. i want to have the fish have at least a fighting chance when i get back up there!!!!!!!?

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  • 3 weeks later...

?? dang............it sure is quiet up in this neck of the woods???????????????????????????/

 

went up over labor day weekend,,,,,,,,didnt do alot of fishing. my son came up, but we did get out a couple times and helped the DNR rid of some snot rockets for pickling!!!!!! bugs werent bad at all.

 

headed back up the weekend of the 26th. going with another couple and i'm sure we'll fish a fair amount. i need to get back to where out deer stands are and take a look see to what the winds did toy our stands and trails in. 

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4 hours ago, Wanderer said:

You gonna mark your spot again? ?

 

Good luck fishin’!

? certainly, it'll be with blue spray paint.? maybe some yellow!!?

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3 hours ago, smurfy said:

? certainly, it'll be with blue spray paint.? maybe some yellow!!?

So I won’t see it then since yellow and blue make green.

 

I’ll put my waders on before I go there. ?

 

Don’t mark my recliner!  I’m taking that out to one of the bogs for the blind.  Easier to look up that way.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mike89 said:

the yellow from drinking beer!!!   


It’s all good once you make Hwy 6 isn’t it?

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11 hours ago, Wanderer said:


It’s all good once you make Hwy 6 isn’t it?

yeppers!!!!!!!!!!?

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12 hours ago, Mike89 said:

the yellow from drinking beer!!!   

i dont drink beer while driving...............anymore!!!!!!!!!!?

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12 hours ago, Wanderer said:


It’s all good once you make Hwy 6 isn’t it?

It's much safer ~ 10 miles west?, that's why we  usually stick to Hwy 46.?

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3 minutes ago, gunner55 said:

It's much safer ~ 10 miles west?, that's why we  usually stick to Hwy 46.?

yea you just wanna see your sweeties in Inger ?? you aint bs'ing me!!!!!!!!!

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Never know what you'll see when you go through Inger. I always chuckle at the dogs sleeping near or on the road. ?

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12 hours ago, smurfy said:

yea you just wanna see your sweeties in Inger ?? you aint bs'ing me!!!!!!!!!

They only thing they ever want to know? is how soon they can plan the next wild party with that Smurfy guy .:P

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Hey wanderer, headed up Tuesday morning, gonna be up that way????

 

We could meet at the big rice access!!!???

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so wanderer. i stopped at the access yesterday on my way home!!!!!!!😉 couple vehicles there, assuming there where duck hunters. anyway someone threw an old couch/chair in the swamp!!!!!😪 and a bunch of the new camo busch lite cans!!!!!! pigs!!!!!!!

 

anyways.......had a good trip with the wife and friends. fishing was good, so was the beer and campfires!!!!! leaves are changing and falling, mostly the maples. sure is funny watching how much the leaves change from home to the cabin.

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Yah those leaves are changing fast!  You could see the difference from one day to the next.

 

That couch/chair you mentioned was the one I asked to not pee on cuz I was gonna put it on a bog for hunting. 😉  Yah it’s sad when people can’t manage to get to the actual dump.

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1 hour ago, Mike89 said:

only because it rained on it and rinsed it maybe???

🥴🙄 HEY,,,,,,dont you gotta go put that scooter away for winter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!😅

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anyone been out chasing grouse????????? seeing any???????

 

headed up tuesday morning, little fishing, grouse hunting, deer stand repair, wood cutting, beer drinking........... and thats after the guns get put away!!!!!!

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