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leech~~
12 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

 

 

@leech~~     :P

 

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Yep that's a nice big Perch. Knew you would find a spot for that to go! :lol:

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ANYFISH2

Awsome perch, Vitreus!

 

 

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Jim Uran

Here's a couple from the last month or so. Biggest was just under 13" 

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eyeguy 54

Fun day today fishing with Rick G and Jim Uran. Caught a lot of fish and we kept some nice ones for the tummy :)  Rick got biggest at 12 3/8.  And we got into some neat looking party crappies also. LOL  @Rick G  @Jim Uran   Hopped in the shower as soon as I got home to warm my wet arse up. Sleet and snowy day. Enjoying a glass of Pinot Noir right now and fish fry time Thursday night. THX for the maple syrup Jim ! !  

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eyeguy 54

still some nice fish biting up on cass. fished in about 15 FOW. yellow eyed black and silver fatboy with a black wishbone worked dandy today. was a slow afternoon but when they came thru it was a blast. 

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Tom Sawyer
On Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 11:30 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

 

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Wonder why disease ran so rapid in Cass Lk, within such a short time frame. Really sad to see. Classic example of VHS.

 

 

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ANYFISH2

Really?  VHS?

 

I have seen similar infections, on rockbass in particular, since i was a kid.  On almost all bodies of water from BWCAW to the Mississippi.

 

I will have to look more into it but i dont believe that is VHS.

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Tom Sawyer
5 hours ago, ANYFISH2 said:

Really?  VHS?

 

I have seen similar infections, on rockbass in particular, since i was a kid.  On almost all bodies of water from BWCAW to the Mississippi.

 

I will have to look more into it but i dont believe that is VHS.

Sure looks like it to me, along with with some sort of fungus. This disease is far from common; thank God for that. I fish several river systems both in the St. Cloud area, Brainerd, and also the Le Homme Dieu chain in Alexandria, which are similar to the Cass chain and have never encountered it on any rock bass. As a panfish angler, rock bass get caught frequently, so I think I would have seen it by now. Not saying it isn't present, just not common at all.

Very sad to see.....whatever it may be.

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eyeguy 54

perching is fun!  :) we found a good area last weekend. 

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