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WinterHaven

Where's all the pictures?

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Come on guys where are all the pictures of fish that you have caught during early ice? Ice hasn't been anywhere close to being able to go out and fish so while I am anxiously waiting to get out on some ice it would be really nice to see some pictures of the fish that you guys have caught already this year.

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So basically everyone who has gone ice fishing this year hasn't caught any fish yet?

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I will admit, I have been out twice here in the metro and go SKUNKED both times, I attribute my failure to not being able to get to my spots, just trying new, safer spots for now. This weekend its game on as I will be able to go to some of my spots.

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Odowds? I think I was the guy next to you pan fishing... getting nothing!

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I usually dont bring a camera. As soon as that flash goes off you can have a crowd around ya.

Ill see what I can whip up in the next couple weeks for ya though. Even if they are cel phone pics.

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We hit Forest Lake on Sunday. Pretty slow. Only one flag and one pike that my buddy pulled in.

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I have been on 12 lakes and only caught fish on 2... Sad early ice fishing this year.

Ryan

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