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ANYFISH2

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ANYFISH2

Lets share our pictures of our walleye catch here.

 

Good to all!

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Rick G

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eyeguy 54

oops

 

 

 

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monstermoose78

Nice fish guys

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leech~~

 

Shees, can't you read? Walleye Photos! :angry::lol:

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eyeguy 54

 :P

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smalliehunter

27ish inch walleyes

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ANYFISH2

Nice fish.  Looks like a tight fit!

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Herky2002

24 incher my son caught earlier this week. CPR. 

 

 

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Rick G

Tucked right in with the panfish..... 

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ANYFISH2

Isaacs new PB 29" 9lbs 6oz

 

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Couple of 27"

 

 

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AlwaysFishing23

Nothing better! Top ones a hog good for him.

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Daniel Anderson

I've gotten a lot of eyes this year, this being my best. Several in the 24" range and a LOT of eaters. A buddy and I took my mom out fishing and we got our limit of eater eyes in about an hour and a half. Good times!

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Rick G

Just a bunch of good eating size fish for me so far this winter

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leech~~
5 hours ago, Rick G said:

Just a bunch of good eating size fish for me so far this winter

 

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Hey, do ya think for the New Year it may be time to give that lucky jacket a soak? :sick:  Or will that wash all the Luck off? :P

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Rick G

Jacket isn't so bad.... the bibs on the otherhand:sick:  

Not sure how @eyeguy 54 can stand to be around me...lol.

And yes, if they get washed...well, there goes all the luck:grin:

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leech~~
52 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Jacket isn't so bad.... the bibs on the otherhand:sick:  

Not sure how @eyeguy 54 can stand to be around me...lol.

And yes, if they get washed...well, there goes all the luck:grin:

I just think Rick-HSO would like his "Pro staff" to make a little better representation when out and about! Instead of looking like they live under a bridge downtown mpls! :whistle:

Plus old eyeguys sense of smell may not be what it use to be so he still plays with yea! :grin:

All that built up fish slime over the years must make that suit a bit stiff? ;)

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eyeguy 54

bibs, jacket, trashcan..... LOL   you no need luck.  

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Tom Sawyer
On 12/26/2017 at 8:48 AM, leech~~ said:

 

Lmao!

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Rick G
3 hours ago, leech~~ said:

I just think Rick-HSO would like his "Pro staff" to make a little better representation when out and about! Instead of looking like they live under a bridge downtown mpls! :whistle:

Plus old eyeguys sense of smell may not be what it use to be so he still plays with yea! :grin:

All that built up fish slime over the years must make that suit a bit stiff? ;)

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Well, thats just not very nice...lol

And yes, i do look homeless. Will take donations :-)

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eyeguy 54

now you can look as good as me!  LOL 

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Guest Dew2
55 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Well, thats just not very nice...lol

And yes, i do look homeless. Will take donations :-)

Would like to help out. What is your GoFundMe page called?

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IceHawk

LOl!!    U guys need some warmer weather so you can get back on the ice! I will admit  It would make for a good oxy clean commercial the before and after of Ricky G :grin:  Rick you don't need luck I've fished with you enough to know that!

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Rick G

Lol...you guys are too funny:crazy:

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Tom Sawyer

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Tom Sawyer
On 12/26/2017 at 1:37 PM, IceHawk said:

 Rick you don't need luck I've fished with you enough to know that!

No Ricky don't need any luck to fish; but he's gonna need several boxes of luck to clean that suit...:omg:

 

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IceHawk

Nice fish Tom that's a dandy! Nice plastic salamander in the mouth :grin:

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Tom Sawyer
31 minutes ago, IceHawk said:

Nice fish Tom that's a dandy! Nice plastic salamander in the mouth :grin:

Yeah Chris that's the hand poured prototype I've been field testing.  Tipped it on a "doctored" Custom Jigs and Spins Demon, dipped in my special "Roadkill" juice. The big girl crushed it while I was hole hoppin' a grid on the shallow lip (7'-9') of an inside corner at sundown. 

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Tom Sawyer
On 12/26/2017 at 8:48 AM, leech~~ said:

I just think Rick-HSO would like his "Pro staff" to make a little better representation when out and about! Instead of looking like they live under a bridge downtown mpls! :whistle:

LOL!

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    • Mike89
      don't forget the other brothers Larry and the other Darryl!!!  
    • Wanderer
      His name is Darryl. 😏
    • monstermoose78
      Starting to get pumped up!! I have been working Finn most days and now I need to start working myself up for hunting. 
    • smurfy
      I would think maybe Bigfoot.👍😂   But Yea the hair definitely looks like a deer.
    • TrueNorth
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      SkunkedAgain, I’m sure my friends with the Incinolet would be happy to show it to you. They’re on Grassy Point. PM me and I’ll hook you up with them. 
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