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imbackandfishin

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have went to chequamegon bay 2 time in the last week and did very well..its a drive but well worth it. seen some really nice splake,browns and a few lakers. people going deeper this week for the lakers but im chickin right know , i am fishing alone and not a good idea on that kind of water. coho,s moving in at sunset . leet me know if any one wants to hook up out there may go again this week, wind looks good before the weekend..

be safe out there

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LoonASea

Im Back

It wouldnt take too much to convince me to go there ,,,,Ive been kicking around that idea for a while now ,,,I have open dates till feb 8th ,,,what will work best for You???

Randoid

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Lungbuster4

where is that at

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matthothand

Ashland. I plan on heading out that way soon as well. Randy, were you once a baker? If so I believe we've met. If not simply disregard.

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Northlander

Wrong Randy Matt. I think the one your thinking of still is a baker at Super One.

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LoonASea

I have never been a baker by trade (could be the lack of dough) ,,,But Im sure some time soon we will meet

Randoid

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