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Recent Ice Fishing Pictures?

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This was last season ...i know its not "recent" but it is still my biggest perch

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im going to mille lacs this weekend so i will let every one know how it goes when i get home

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Nice Hat Glock! 8-)

Yeah, I got it from a little known place on the internet! grin

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How do ya get these photos up I wanna post a few photos???

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Here's my Dad from several years ago on URL with a 16" crappie.IMG_0016.jpg

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LOL- you may be the first dude I have ever seen lip a walleye.. You must have found the ones that dont have teeth.?

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Yeah, been getting a lot of static bout that. Never's bothered me I guess.

Sometimes may be a nuisance.

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I was thinking the exact same thing as soon as I saw those pics... I like my fingers too much.

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LOL, you must be a die hard bass fisherman....that's gotta hurt.

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You catch the crappie and Pike on the same baits?

One northern on a small shiner(rattle reel) and the other on a crappie minnow fishin for crappies. All the crappies on minnows. 2lb floro and small tungsten jigs. 8-12 ft off over 30'.

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Posting your catch is fine as long as they arent all bloody or tossed in a pile or just a bucket shot or fish cleaning shot. Keeping and eating fish is all part of the game. Take pics in a "natural" setting.

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Yeah, been getting a lot of static bout that. Never's bothered me I guess.

Sometimes may be a nuisance.

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That reminds me of one walleye opener.. I was wader fishing lake Bemidji. Near me was another angler.. we got to chatting, it was obvious through his drawl that he was not a native MN person. We continued to chat and I found out he was from Texas. And had just got a job in MN the week before. He had yet to catch a fish and I was doing quite well. I ended up giving him one of my jigs and a minnow. Told him to fish it like a Jig N Pig for bass.. He did and caught a nice walleye on his next cast, which he promptly Lipped like one as well.. I ended up giving him a ride to the ER after he ripped his thumb out of the fishes mouth.. What a mess...

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Originally Posted By: wanger29
Yeah, been getting a lot of static bout that. Never's bothered me I guess.

Sometimes may be a nuisance.

IMG_2080.jpg

That reminds me of one walleye opener.. I was wader fishing lake Bemidji. Near me was another angler.. we got to chatting, it was obvious through his drawl that he was not a native MN person. We continued to chat and I found out he was from Texas. And had just got a job in MN the week before. He had yet to catch a fish and I was doing quite well. I ended up giving him one of my jigs and a minnow. Told him to fish it like a Jig N Pig for bass.. He did and caught a nice walleye on his next cast, which he promptly Lipped like one as well.. I ended up giving him a ride to the ER after he ripped his thumb out of the fishes mouth.. What a mess...

Funny stuff.. While fishing with an old friend this past summer he claimed that he lips all northerns under 6lbs, I wanted him to prove it so I went for northerns the next day. Lucky for him all I caught was bass smile

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not a recent photo ( 2002) but a nice photo of the wife & a great metro lake walleye.

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