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Where are you going for opener?

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Being that opener is just around the corner, I'm just curious to see where all the fellow FM'ers are heading for opener?

I'll be on Le Homme Dieu, Carlos, Geneva for the day on Saturday in Alexandria fishing in a Crestliner FishHawk 1850 Black/Tan with a 150 Opti and the fiance in the back lounging. Lunch at Bug A Boo Bay.

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I'm gonna get that big one out of Kolhman this year... yeah i'm a city boy! But i get big fish.

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Depends on when I tag out on my turkey.. I usually start on South Center, not because its a great lake.. but because the landing is across the street from my house.. LOL

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M.M., I think we will start on " the chain" and then head towards Oscar. I took the wrap off the Ranger, it is blue and white now, with a Yamaha. If you see us stop by.

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I'll keep my eyes open...hopefully the weather holds up in the upper 70s and sunny.

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I will either end up fishing some packed metro lake or going down to the croix. Good luck to everyone

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work at 3 so an early morning trip to a metro lake. Dont have to travel far for good bass fishing anyway...

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I'll be on the 'Sippi between Anoka and Coon Rapids Dam chasin' smallies to start and then on the Rum above the dam if that does not produce. Same deal - give a holler if you see Black Lund Explorer 1675 w/ 75 merc and two guys.

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Not fishing crycry

I think I will be in the middle of a move. sick

But shouuld I have been going it would have been on a lake in Isanti county shaped like aviator sunglasses whistle

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I got stuck working so i no longer get to enjoy opener...good thing is i will be catching plenty of bass during the week when everone one else is working!!

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I'm with you grits,because I will be in the work truck on Saturday while everyone else is in the boat. AAAAARGGH! mad

I frosts me to even think about it. At least I can get out on Sunday. Not sure where just yet, although it will be on a lake that is local.

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No Battle Lake area bassin over the opener this year Tonka?

No, I just love fishing on Tonka for the opener, but I will be up plenty throughout the summer in the battle lake area!

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Let's hope that chance for rain/storms disappears! Would love a nice warm weekend for once.

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