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Greg , Lake here is Completely open Now . Been getting quite a few Crappies and Sunnys. Maybe you and Jack feel like a road trip? Hope Jack would be up to it . Maybe Paul would like to join in . Will drop you a email also .
Harry

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Greg Clusiau

Hello Harry,

Thanks for the invite Harry. I'll check with Uncle J. to see if he's interested. He's looking pretty good and has his boat out, getting it ready for the upcoming season. Buying a new graph for it. Thanks.

Greg C.

P.S. Any size to the fish?

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Greg...How's fishing been? Sounds like it's all over for this ice-season. Boy am I going to miss pitching a slip bobber into birch trees and reeds for crappies, yet again! Oh Well!

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Greg Clusiau

Hello Alaska:

It was a great year for ice fishing but I haven't been on the ice in two weeks. That time was spent cleaning the garages and getting the boat out of storage, etc. Did okay on the Rainy River last Wednesday. Plan on a sturgeon excursion here shortly. Have all kinds of grand plans before the opener gets underway.

GC

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Greg , hope that jack feels like he is up for a trip . i havent went out and check some of the other areas on the lake as of yet . we are doing alot os sorting of fish , the really nice ones havent moved in as of yet but could be any day . Crappies we are keeping have been in the 10inch and better class. Sunnys havent seen to many that have been bigger than my hand size as of yet . i cant count on how many largemouths we have gotten allready .. in fact i cant count how many in the 4 to 5 lb calss that have been caught also . sure are fun on those light lines . i know how jack loves those sunnys ,, last year i didnt get the pound class sunnys til lthe carp moved in .. they havent as of yet .
Harry

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Hi Harry,

Just a note to let you know that it doesn't look like we are going to make it down there for a little fun.

Jack's feeling pretty good and is up for some fishing but the recent cool, crappy weather has changed our minds. I'm sure this weather has pushed the fish out a little deeper as well.

Maybe some other time. Thanks.

Greg C.

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Hey Greg,
you are right about the weather , i thought i would give it a try yesterday for awhile b4 getting back to you on this . i did get a few fish ,, but nothing like i had been getting b4 this weather moved in . If things change here i will get in touch with you and Jack about making the trip . i did althou get 1 sunnie yesterday that went 3/4 lb .. but crappies only a couple and there wasnt the size i had been getting , i think they will be moving back into the are a i am fishing again with more stable weather patterns. Any how remeber the door is allways open .
Harry

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