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Did anybody hit Grand today??? Thinkinbg of getting out on Wed. Looking at the posts, sounded like a get together Tues/Wed?? If I missed it where should I be heading on Grand??? Anybody hit Chub on the ice yet??later the load

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andy j

I was out there tonight with run-and-gun. We were set up next to Survace Tension and Bd110. We managed 2 crappies and one eye and one pike, Bd110 got a nice eye. Check out later for the pic.

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Surface Tension

Grand Day

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BD110 with his 26" Eye taken on a Custom Jigs & Spins #4 Demon

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Back down the hole

Other then Tom's eye things were on the slow side for us with a couple more eyes and a swarm of hammer handles but how could we complain. grin.gif

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BD110

Surface Tension,

Thanks for meeting me up at Grand. You did another great job on the photo. That was a blast. Nice meeting you andy j. also r.and g. The fishing was slow but the company and the b.s. made up for it. Thanks again for the photo.

Take care grin.gif,

Tom (BD110)

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Northlander

See Tom I told ya Jigging would pay off. Nice eye!

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run-n-gun

That is a gorgeous walleye! Anytime you catch a fish like that, the rest of the day doesn't matter. I had a fun time fishing with everyone too. It's always nice to know that you can BS with a few people out there - it makes the cold seem a little less frigid.

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Tom Linderholm

NICE FISH TOM!

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Hexum

We are thinking of putting our permanent out on Grand Sat morning. Have never been there before, where is the access road to get on? If anyone wasnts to meet us out there we should be out by 7 am. Weather looks warmer!

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andy j

Nice Avitar picture Run-and-Gun! Muskie, Muskie, MAN!

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run-n-gun

Haha, thanks Andy J. You ain't nothing but a muskie mama! Muskie, muskie, muskie mama!

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REEFRAKER

Beautiful fish Tom, nice battle I bet!

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Hexum

Tomorrow morning 7 AM we will be out.

Look for us putting out a perm. Might fire up the BBQ too.

Everyone is invited.

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