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Impressive haul! 

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Tom Sawyer
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Dandy fish Jeff! Now that shoreline is definitely recognizable 😆

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leech~~

Rick and eyeguy, lots of good size house out there. How thick was the ice you found? 

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AlwaysFishing23

If only my last month of fishing has been that good! I’d call it total opposite of that. Wondering the same here! Yesterday there was a small lake I took a snowmobile ride to and was 2 half tons out there. Not more than 7-10” of ice. Half of that is crappy ice. 

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IceHawk
25 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

Rick and eyeguy, lots of good size house out there. How thick was the ice you found? 

Leech its 10-12 inches  in that area few 1/2 tons starting to show up. By end of next week I suspect a strong outpouring of vehicles and the bite will slowly subside. 

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eyeguy 54
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1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

Rick and eyeguy, lots of good size house out there. How thick was the ice you found? 

12ish didn’t see Chris post. 

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Wanderer

It’s so pretty it looks mounted already 

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Rick
19 hours ago, Rick G said:

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

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Good grief that's a nice speck. Your photographer took an amazing shot too!

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eyeguy 54

man did we drill again today. :)

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eyeguy 54

Future monster if the catfish don’t eat it. Lol

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leech~~
3 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

man did we drill again today. :)

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How many holes today?  By the looks of the size, may be you should have stayed home? 🤭

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Rick

@Tom Sawyer, love those bright orange belly bluegills. Nice pic.🙂👍💙

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eyeguy 54

22-25 feet and most  fish were 6 to 8 off bottom.  4 mm black widow maker tungsten with slug bug was great and also a newer beaver tail type bait from panfish plastics with a white striped jig can’t remember name. Key was the very very slow cadence again. 

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Wanderer

Nice fish!  Seems I’m hearing more comments lately about finicky fish.  That slow cadence is a good thing to remember.

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eyeguy 54

sure is.  another thing that worked today was to go below them, then slowly come back above, stop then wiggle. crazy fish that's for sure. the smaller ones hammered it normal but the bigger ones were tricky.

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IceHawk
4 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

22-25 feet and most  fish were 6 to 8 off bottom.  4 mm black widow maker tungsten with slug bug was great and also a newer beaver tail type bait from panfish plastics with a white striped jig can’t remember name. Key was the very very slow cadence again. 

M & B jig either come with teaser tail or you can buy  the teaser tails. 

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Rick

@eyeguy 54 & @deere322

 

Outstanding crappie photo and nice bull gills.

 

Where did you get these babies?

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deere322
1 hour ago, Rick said:

@eyeguy 54 & @deere322

 

Outstanding crappie photo and nice bull gills.

 

Where did you get these babies?

On a farm pond near Jeffers, Mn.

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Mike89
2 hours ago, Rick said:

@eyeguy 54 & @deere322

 

Outstanding crappie photo and nice bull gills.

 

Where did you get these babies?

out behind the petrolliffs!!!!  bad spelling!!  but just thought that was funny!!!

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monstermoose78
4 hours ago, Rick said:

@eyeguy 54 & @deere322

 

Outstanding crappie photo and nice bull gills.

 

Where did you get these babies?

Out of an ice hole

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