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Another season done

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The boat is going in the shed for the year and as much as I hate that, it was a very good year. Had a lot of fun, met a few new people, and fished a couple of new lakes. I can't wait 'till next season.

Lonewolf, let me know if you come down next year in August or September, we'll get in the same boat and i'll show you around the lake. Here's a piture of my last fish of the year.

Enjoy.

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Nice fish, I know that spot well. Both my 48's and a lost 50" at the boat came this year from that area.

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She looks alot like my first one, by chance did she have a scar behind the gill on the other side?

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To be honest i don't know, she was a real clean fish and i don't remember seeing any scars. I was out yesterday and lost a good fish in emerson and Dana caught a 46" on the out side bar.

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Heard about Danas, saw you guys out, unfortunatly I was working. Travis is out today seen a few small fish is all.

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Trav got a 38 in Smiths trolling, hit a 13" Jake he borrowed from Pete.

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Ok. Now i'm jealous.....I should have come down this weekend. I was up on Red Lake icefishing and I should have come down for the last weekend of muskie fishing. Can't wait for June to get here!!!!!

Todd

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