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traviskoster

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traviskoster

all these guys that ask for gps cordnats i think are wasting their time, get out on the lake search for them, then mark your hot area and keep you mouth shut, as soon as you let it out there is litlerly fifty house thier, keep your spots to yourself, trust me youll be much happyier, and please give the guides their space. there working hard to make their clients happy,

keep the bobber wet

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ducksnbucks

I agree 100% with you. Other people work hard to find the spots. I know I wouldn't want to (and I don't) just give out the GPS coordinates or the spots. But my opinion on Red is that even if you had the GPS coordinates you may not catch anything anyway. That lake is so hit or miss that I don't think it pays to waist your time asking. Just my 2 cents.

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Pikester

You got that right Ducks! One minute\day you are on em, the next minute nothin! But I agree that people shouldn't be putting out coords of the hot spots, ESPECIALLY if there are resort\rental houses nearby. Go find your own fish!

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traviskoster

one of my goods friends on the south side of the lake sets his rentals up in a circle, the other day i was in his schack and this guy pulls up and drills hole less then twenty feet from the front door of one of his rentals, well this is a better description the fisherman drilled holes where my friends cliets are suppoto park, but he was legal he was farther then 10 feet but please give so space

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Pikester

Unreal, all that lake and he has to fish there. confused.gif

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Muskie_Man

I've caught alot more fish out in the middle of no where!!!

Alot of people think there's the group and the fish are biting there! They might be might not be. I'll never know, I like to be by myself. That little dot out there with no body around!!

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