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OK, it's 45deg out, who is fishin?


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I want to play hookey real bad, but work keeps getting in the way. Anybody taking advantage of this weather? How does tomorrow look?

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Looks like I'm in the same boat (pun intended) as you. I'm here at work and the work keeps piling up to the point I'm thinking I may have to come in over the weekend.

Why does it have to be so nice out?.........................................

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The shop called me today and said my boat was done, smile.gif not enough water to run it. mad.gif

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Well I just had to go get a scoop of minnows and try to catch an eye or 2. Middle of the afternoon so I didn't think much would happen and I was right. But I'm happy, I got a line wet!


We may have to got drown the rest of these minnows DD!


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I'm going out there today, but I'm not sure where...

My specialty is Clearwater and up, but I've never fished it past Thanksgiving.

I'm wondering if it would be foolish to fish above the power plant. Should I fish the power plant to Ellison?

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Scratch Clearwater...

Showed up there and was greeted by a huge sheet of ice blocking the launch...

Lots of boats launching out of Montissippi.

It was weird fishing in January...but it felt so good.

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I went out last weekend and got a couple. I thought it would be better with the warmer weather this weekend, but I got skunked

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