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bassNspear

Can you believe its the Last week!

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I hope everyone can get out one more time before the season is over!

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This is Heidi (Laskas g/f). When does the spear season end exactly? Do i have time to go one last time this Saturday?

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This is Heidi (Laskas g/f). When does the spear season end exactly? Do i have time to go one last time this Saturday?

You have until sundown on Sunday.

Then the big long wait happens again.

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i am headed north for the last hurrah. went to minnewaska by glenwood seen 2 nords, missed one. 31 inches of ice, now i know how bns felt after the gtg. smirkgrinwhistle and i am older than he!

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A grasshopper when you cut spear hole you may leave.

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i took one of my granddaughters along that day. her first winter ice fishin trip. funny thing her mom was all bent out of shape seeing all that water on the lakes after that rain she wasnt going to let me take her. my wife set her straight. yea, talk about tunnel vision. heard theres only 24 inches up north.

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