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Despite the horrible hat hair this is one of my favorites. Lake Gogebic teeter pig, 13 1/2 inches full-22884-52632-tmp_21181_img_507702199

Oh yeah I forgot this one

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Got a chance to take my 4 yr old out for the first time this year. 9 hrs the first time, 7 hrs the second. He got a little sleepy and had a million questions but didn't complain once. We fished both in a friends new ice castle and grandpas homemade wheel house. He decided that he like homemade house better, which put a smile on grandpas face! full-49956-53381-image.jpg

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Love this picture. My kind of fishing. Get back to the middle of no where on a sled! smile

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Like these photos also jerkin'm !!!

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Ya got any good ones from the past......

 

Here's a nice perch.... Let's see your ice fishing pic(s) if you have em.

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My step daughter with her first walleye ever last season, a Pike Bay middle of the day fish that put up a heck of a battle for her :)

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Biggest walleye I've ever iced. 32" and 12lb Greenback!! On my wall. 

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PB Pike, caught on 4 mile bay about 8 or 9 years ago. 42.5" on the wall :)

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This guy would not leave the area I was fishing.  Kept chasing away the crappies.

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A few of my favorite pictures from my trip up to Lake of the Woods... What a fun time... 

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