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hey d-man are your plans still the same for opening weekend? i dont know if you have said this already but when you say you have a place down by rocky reefs resort do you have a camper or a 5th wheeler or a rent cabin. I do not have a band but we do at our cabin. do you still want to meet up with me and lanch your boat fom our place(you can) what time do you think you will see mille lacs after fishing for crappies. just leave me your cell phone number if you want. what do you drive and want is your boat. we are 6 cabins down from the old drift inn. where did you here that eddys sold to thr tribe. we got a thing in the mail yesterday that eddys said they wanted to close down the old 169(frontage road) for there big fishing tour. all the pro's are going to be up there.well good luck till then and i will talk later with you. thanks
mike
call me (651)784-5175
after 3p.m weekdays

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Sorry to piggy-back this post, but I have a question for D-Man as well!

D-Man--
I have the Lakemaster CD for Mille LAcs, and am starting to look for those sharp breaks you had mentioned in the earlier post. You also mention "transition points". When you get out on the lake, what do you specificaly look for? Sorry for the stupid question... just looking for some advice.
Thanks

Chester

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Lund Pro V. I will have to see whats going on, ill call you when iam up there. Chester: Iam looking for grayline and bottom return signals on my locator and flasher. It takes alot of time to see what your looking for. Underwater cameras are a great tool for learning to use a locator. But basically when you get a wide grayline return or the short band on a flasher, this would represent a hard bottom. And vise vera for a soft bottom. Scan those areas on the map, it will give you a good starting point. Also dont mind the ?'s, the only dumb question, is the one thats not asked.....

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D-MAN you will have to call me ahead of time to get things down. i will give you my brothers cell phone number. we do not have a phone up there kind of nice! i am going to be out fish most of the day and then i am going to hit a good carp spot, with my bow. do you bowfish? would you want to go and get some big ones or fish all day on mille lacs. just let me know. what size boat do you have. when are you going up next? let me know
p.s you have my number right?
mike

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walleyeman, bigguns, crappie guy, i am sorry for what i have done. this is a fishing website not a lip off battle right? so i did not mean anything when i said that, i thought that you were screwing with me


sorry guys good fishing

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