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deutchman

I tried live bait rigging on Tetonka yesterday from 5 to 8 PM. Marked very few fish; used crawlers and got 2 of the biggest "bullies" I've ever caught, multiple sheepies, and 1 decent northern. It was a very pleasant evening on the water, and only a few other boats out there. I was surprised at the lack of "greeness", since in past years the scum would clog the eyes and reel up; and you'd have to wash it off your boat when you returned home.

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hawkeye43

I don't know why the lake is not green, but I like it. If the spraying of curly pond weed is the ansawer, great. If it was the lack of snow and the weeds grew all winter and died early better yet. Last night we went drifting on the pontoon. I started casting a rapala and caught 2 15" eyes up in 4' of water over green weeds. I will be back at it friday night. cool.gif

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blue_healer_guy

Hawkeye, geez, we are only a 1/4 mile away, we have to hook up sometime. Ball is done so my time is more open. except for my trips up nort. cool.gif

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hawkeye43

When are you going to let the young boys play that silly sport. I am free most nights, except when I need my nap before bed. heck you could even tie your boat to my dock. wink.gifgrin.gif

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Team Otter

Atta' boy Ken. Nice to hear you got out and connected.

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      I agree with the others Tommy! I always enjoy your bits of wisdom and humor! Cliff
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