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Early Saturday afternoon I heard a guy from Hanska hauled in a 47-49#.....Let hear what happened? jk

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Maybe I thought I heard 43lb was the biggest.
I can ask around a bit.

you playing foos on wenesday?

rob

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The rat meet ya musta ment. We only got 4 smallish flats. Yeah thurdays sounds good to me. I am heading out for a late nighter tomorow and go to the oly on wens. Lets see if we can maybe get jack to finnally come with...prolly not but worth a shot.

rob

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I was at the bobber shop sat afternoon and hesrd the fat one was 49#

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Anyone have any photos? I was thinking it was 47-49 too, and it must have been caught late Friday, early Saturday as I was there around lunch....

Foos, doubt it but possibly. I guess only about four or five showed up last week...

Rob, what did you catch at the LETS deal? I caught a three pound largemount Saturday on Lura-didnt get out on Sunday. Mounted depth finder in the AM, and had to let the silicon cure. Becky's dad caught six walleyes larger than 20" on Pepin in Sunday. May head that direction this weekend possibly.

Need to get on the river though one of these evenings. You game, maybe an early night Thursday.

Going to try Hanska on Friday with one a kid on Friday.

jk

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I fished in the BobberShop catfishing contest.

1st-46.90#- E. Ruter $1000
2nd-45.18#- B. Streit $500
3rd-30.??#- B. Wilde $400
4th-?? $300
5th-?? $200
6th-18.68#- $100

Biggest Channel 10.36# Andy Tiesen $470

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