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eyeguy 54

Decided to hit a couple spots today. Water too high at the first spot so I went to spot number two.  Two so far after 20 minutes

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eyeguy 54

Hello thursday

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smurfy

so eyeguy.......you keep them? picklin material???????? to many bones for anything else!!!!

 

nice pictures.!!!!! how many line tangles already!!!😄:P:blink:

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leech~~

Smoken! ;)

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eyeguy 54

swim away fishy with these buggers. I smoked 2 a couple tears ago and didnt care for it much.  Crappies have become my favorite. :)  Never had pickled sucker so no idea but that might be tasty. 

These whites are a hoot after fighting gills and crappies for so long. 6'6 time. :)

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Mike89
Just now, eyeguy 54 said:

swim away fishy with these buggers. I smoked 2 a couple tears ago and didnt care for it much.  Crappies have become my favorite. :)  Never had pickled sucker so no idea but that might be tasty. 

tears ago?????  was it that bad???!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!😊

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eyeguy 54

lol!  you know that t is right next to the t on my keyboard. 

LOL!  That is what I typed and proof read it. Good thing I did. 

T is right next to the Y ! ! ! ! !   at least I am consistent. 

 

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10 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

lol!  you know that t is right next to the t on my keyboard. 

LOL!  That is what I typed and proof read it. Good thing I did. 

T is right next to the Y ! ! ! ! !   at least I am consistent. 

 

That is the problem with this site, people correcting others!! 🤔   Or is it people not spell checking? 😏 Or these new to small emoticons?  😲

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smurfy
27 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

swim away fishy with these buggers. I smoked 2 a couple tears ago and didnt care for it much.  Crappies have become my favorite. :)  Never had pickled sucker so no idea but that might be tasty. 

These whites are a hoot after fighting gills and crappies for so long. 6'6 time. :)

big nordern and muskie food anyway!!!!!!!

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eyeguy 54

whats spellcheck

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smurfy
5 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

whats spellcheck

websters dictionary!!!!!!!!:grin:

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JustinN

I live in Sartell and go to a few different spots a week on the Mississippi and Sauk around Sartell and Sauk Rapids but haven't had any luck the past few days looking for some suckers. The water is roaring but I would have thought that the slower moving spots would have had some fish. 

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Caitlyn Casper

Those are some cool looking fish

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