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Got this 10 1/2" gill working a mayfly tungsten fly.  Love it when you set the hook and the fish doesn't move an inch.  😁

Suspended 10ft  off bottom, over basin area. 4mm black tungsren with white finnesse style body

Hit a north metro lake for panfish and stuck this 16" white crappie.

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Definitely one you must of caught early; probably about the time I asked you if you wanted some sunscreen. Nice fish, but man did you pay the price. Good luck with your sunburn man.

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And just like that, it's open water time.... Got a few small ones today... felt good to have the long rod out again 

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eyeguy 54

small can be fun:) 

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1 hour ago, eyeguy 54 said:

small can be fun:)

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Was wondering. Why eyeguy? Never seen or saw you holding an iced Walleye? May be a change is in order. panguy54!  :whistle:  Nice fish! :lol:

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:P

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21 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

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Sorry to make you hold up a bottom feeder, but we needed to see it! :lol:

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I crossed over to the dark side of smallies about 15 years ago. Mostly chase pannies in winter but used to chase eyes a few times on the hard water each season. :)  I could post a ton of pics if you need more proof. :);) :grin::grin:

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this one had some nice red color in its tail. 

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more color

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Love it

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On 3/30/2017 at 5:34 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

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Having fun eh

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but of course :)

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brrrrrrrrr

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few from the last week

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Me tooooooo.... Didn't get out as much as Royce, but caught a few

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sandals??  I did that early last year and had a burn that lasted almost all summer. LOL  

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Nice gills @Rick G

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Did some river fishing this morning...they were just on the outside edge of the current.

 

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