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monstermoose78

Central Minnesota- East Central

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I got out with my old man for about 3 hours. Fished 18 to 21 feet of water used maki mino or wax worms. Caught some bigger gills over 8 inches up to 9 and 5/8ths those fish were released! 

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Hit the ice with the legend @eyeguy 54 we chased some crappies and gills on a small lake up by Mille lacs. We did ok not great but we caught fish. I enjoy fishing with eyeguy we both just want to catch fish and it is game on.

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34 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

I am a legend in my own mind and never forget that...  LOL  

 

Welcome to the club!!!!!!

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Well my plain was to spend today on the last weekend of Walleye up on Mille Lacs until our main backed up and had to wait 6 hrs for the guy that was going to be there in 2hrs! :mad: Called another outfit and the guys was there in 20mins!

 

Was a bit windy out but glad you guys got out there. :)

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