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Dash 1

Beautiful morning on Rice lake today. Water temps in low 70s. My son out-fished me today. He got a 19 in walleye and a few crappies and sunnies. Great meal for the family tonight. Caught most fish in the 11 -16 ft depths. Also managed a few bass and a nice northern. 

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smurfy

i've always want to fish that lake but for some reason never get there!!!!!🙄 suppose it dont help that my boat usally spends its summer up in itasca county. 

 

my father in law used to live over by morning star resort, i fished it a bit then. the guy that owns eden lakeside lives by the public access, and he hardly gets out fishing. to busy with his business he says!!!!! my wife took a cruise around her old house saud morning star now has a gate up and need a code to get in????????/  

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2 hours ago, smurfy said:

i've always want to fish that lake but for some reason never get there!!!!!🙄 s

 

Which one??  🤪   😆

 

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Rice01006700ThorAitkin

Rice02000800Circle PinesAnoka

Rice02004300LinwoodAnoka

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smurfy

🤧🙄 well,,,,,,,,,,,,,,😪 since he posted it in the st cloud forum, my money is on the one by Roscoe/Paynseville. 😉

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Dash 1

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3 hours ago, smurfy said:

🤧🙄 well,,,,,,,,,,,,,,😪 since he posted it in the st cloud forum, my money is on the one by Roscoe/Paynseville. 😉

 

Winner. Yes by Paynseville. Someone has too much time on their hands. It would have taken me hours to do all those rice lakes with my hen pecking fingers.

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14 minutes ago, Dash 1 said:

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Winner. Yes by Paynseville. Someone has too much time on their hands. It would have taken me hours to do all those rice lakes with my hen pecking fingers.

Well, once you learn to Copy-paste life gets a little faster! 😆

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Talked with the Weed investigator at the ramp, be careful launching. The access is all blown out, a few guys with larger boats on single axle trailers have become stuck.  Wheels fall off the cement slabs, a couple guys have damaged their trailers getting hung up.  If only there was a law that had teeth to stop power loading. Trailers have wenches for a reason.  but then most of the rich kids with those big blaster boats are to weak to or stupid to know how to use the wench.

If you don't like this,  too bad fix the ramps. 

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