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icehunterbeej

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call them and ask...320/684-2221. earlier this winter the fishing was really good on bluejug. i bet they know where the jumbos are biting.

regards,

minnesotatuff

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My last three times out I have gone out of fishers. The last time was last friday morning. All of those times I have gone to the end of road 6 and got away from everyone. The first two trips produced some real nice perch (true jumbos) and the last time it was slower. I still managed 9 nice perch but got 2 bonus eyes as well, both of which were 18-19 inches and hit my bober rod. I have heard it slowed over the weekend. When I have asked them at fishers where the fish r biting they have done me good and put me on some fish. They r good people. Good luck!

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