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A buddy and I hit a lake tonight and got set up on a middle lake hump, 16-20' of water, about 3pm. By 6pm we had caught a dozen nice perch and a couple walleyes. Here's a pic of my 20" 'eye. I lost another one this size and my buddy lost a 16" in the hole. We caught a couple smaller one's too. If you haven't tried a Custom Jigs and Spins Slender Spoon, do yourself a favor!

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Brian

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Thanks guys. I think the cold front that pushed in really helped with the bite that night. Rob, I'm on the long haul now, working the next 7 outta 8, but we should try to get out the 15th or 16th.

Kyle, I sent you an email, I've got the 'eye and trout bug now, so the panfish will be safe till March.

Brian

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Brian-sounds good, we are heading up to url and lake of the woods feb 9-12th. I don't have to be back work till feb 20th

any day would be fine. rob

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