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Thanx Fido

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Hey Fido Thankyou for the tips. Caught 13 eyes where you told me to go. Also a limit of nice 11"-12" perch. You should start selling the "SNATCH" you would make enough money to fishing every day and never work again. Purple was the ticket.
Ivan

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Did the bronson boys change their names? Good job Ivan,....thats the best I've heard anybody doing so far this year. Your Profile????.........

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All I'm allowed to say is southeast shallow tansition and smashed minnow heads on a purple homemade lure. At least thats what worked on Sat. Before that is was a tough bite but still keeper pearch on a
Red and Gold Angel Eye. It seemed like the pearch were just sucking on the lure and not smacking it like the Eyes.

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Help!!!
I have been fishing the lake for about the last two months and i have caught 2 fish. Maybe i should try your purple snatch.

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Sorry Ratherbefishin-
I haven't been Checking the fishing reports as of late. The "Snatch" is a homemade lure a friend of mine makes. It looks similar to an angel eye. For some reason one day the fish bit on a purple and lime green one. Since then no luck on that color only fire tiger perch. South end is a tough bite right now, if I were you i would hit the numbered flats and be mobile,very mobile. Also if you have a reelbottom map try to find some of the smaller structure on north end away from everyone. Ivan21

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Yep, but the bossman said go fishin so im heading up to big pond. Got to obey the boss otherwise he might fire me.

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How far of a drive is that? Pack your bags were leaving tommarow morning to hit red lake for the day

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who's got a cabin? I think there is four of us going up so fare

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You spell like kyle, you smell like kyle, you talk like kyle, you must be kyle.

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I could problably bring her with two, but she would have to sit on my lap to fish.

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I just shaved. She already has a place to sit in my fishhouse.

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I think my old man is going to, I don't know if anyone else is

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ratherbfishin-
You want to go to Winni on Thr. with fido and i after work? got a hot tip on some sunfish we have to check out then we'll stay at the cabin for the weekend and fish the string.

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