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halad

whitefish or twolipee

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halad

The last few times i have been out about 400pm my vex. has been lit up from top to bottom with fish that come and go but dont bite tonight i caught two of them and thats what they are. When it starts to get dark they move up to the 5-7 ft. area but still come and go. I dont fish them and the ones i caught were on crappie minnows. im 1 1/2 miles out on the south shore just east of Rogers if anybody is interested.

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gone postal

I have seen the same thing on the vex the other night I looked down my hole and could see minnows stacked up right to the bottom of the hole maybe that could explain ths slow bite?????

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halad

Sounds like you may be right and here i thought i found the twolipee mother lode.

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kelly-p

You could have had Bryce come take a look. grin.gif

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scott-z

Bryce will now answer to the names "scabs4me" or "aqua-vu".

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swampman

if you guys were real friends you would buy Bryce a mask and snorkel.p.s. i saw jigglestick was looking for a larger auger bit. is this to make it easier for bryce to look down the hole?

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kelly-p

Football helmet with his name on it. grin.gif

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codeman

Halad,
Save the tullibee. When you get a half dozen or so you can smoke them. They do taste great smoked

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halad

Hi Cody. I put them back dont have a smoker and when i did i burnt everything, scratch the weekend of 2/1 i have 952,ers comming up. Hal

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Bryce

Bobbing for crappies is a delicate practice. Many of you saw the difficulty of just getting ones head down the hole. Imagine dealing with the spines when one swims by. Glad to see not too many cheap shots were taken at me while you knew I was away from the computer. Have at it until tommorrow and then I'm gone to Utah skiing. Scarred up face, a frostbit ear, $15-20 worth of jigs lost to safely releasing walters, a busted weld on my trailer fender, and "only" 8 crappies.... can't wait to get back up there.

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Dancing Bear

Throw those tulibees into the back of Kelly's truck. I'll take them all and bring em back up smoked. My buddy makes them and they are amazing. We have em every year on Xmas eve. 2 DAYS AND COUNTING! DB

ps do the Durskey?(spell) boys come up in the winter? I had a total blast with them bear hunting and would like to hang out with them again.

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Guest

Are there any size to the tulibee in URL???
I agree with CODEMAN they are wonderful smoked.

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cluelessfisherman

Ok - time for another Clueless moment! What do tulibees look like, how do you catch them and how big are they?? I have never caught one.

Thanks!

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Fisher Dave

They look alot like a giant shiner.. or a miniature whitefish if your familliar with them.

They are great for smoking, and good for frying .. but hell to fillet if you want to fry them.

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LABS4ME

Can't wait to see Bryce's face after he get's back from skiing! grin.gif I don't think he'll be bobbing on the slopes...or will he? Take care see you all soon! Bryce you gonna be up over Pres. weekend?


Good Luck! Rip some Lips!

Ken

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Bryce

Thinking the next extended trip for me will probably have to wait to March. Will be on the lake Feb.6 on way to LOW. Got to find some time to spend with the wife or I might find my ticket to the carribean has been changed to some other guys name. Noticed I lost a maglight sometime over the weekend. Keeps your eyes open for some "moron" out there trying to land UFO's. He's got two maglights now to go with that great United ground crew gear.

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jigglestick

hehehehehe!!!!!

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codeman

Halad,
How do the other weekeends in February and March look so far? If you catch any more tullibee, freeze them and I will smoke them and bring em up on the next trip. On another note, have you ever eaten filet gumbo and did you like it? I want going to bring a batch up instead of chile.

Sooner ot later.....
codeman

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