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zhihprfrmnceluke

whats going on around there

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blue_healer_guy

What is the depth on Eagle? Doesn't seem to be real deep.

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honker23

Max around 10' A lot like elysian.

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Fish'n guy

Was there the other nite and did well on eyes.

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blue_healer_guy

honker23, let's go, now that I know who you are!!!!

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Fatty07

Honker was waiting for a post from you. Beleive you carried me in a game of pool at a christmas party. Been layed off for a week and done a ton of fishing. Have to hot spots for eyes but can't find the crappies email me.

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FishManJake

What do you mean Fatty? We found a crappie on Tuesday. FYI - I lost one just after you left around 9:15 Tuesday night...wasn't on for long so I didn't get a look at it.

Are you thinking of going to that other walleye lake this weekend that we talked about? There's a slim chance I'll be able to talk the wife into letting me go Saturday evening. (I'm taking her to the Maverick/Gopher hockey game at the Xcel Energy Center tomorrow night)

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hawkeye43

MJ i would be game to go if you want??

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honker23

Hey guys, if it wasn't so cold this weekend, I'd be on the lake. The portable just doesn't warm up that good. Have been to german catching some crappies. Hopefully the weather changes a little and we could get out fishing. Tip-ups get hard to run at -15.

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blue_healer_guy

Hawkeye, Doc, Went tonite without a fish. Marked alot but I think most of the fish were smaller than my Ivan. According to the vex anyway. Don't know if I'll go back, don't really like people driving by the house and I can see last nites peanut shell still stuck between their teeth. Man people, not so close! Doc, I got a big permie, next time your at german, give me a call.

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honker23

I know what you mean about the crowds on eagle. We were catching a few early, but after the traffic picks up the fish get pretty tough to catch. It's amazing that people crowd up so much in a bowl shape lake with little structure. You just need to keep moving away from the crowds. I think I'll be out to German on Tues if things go right for me.

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