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Walleye Opener

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Thinking about the open water fishing and wondering when the date is for the walleye opener? Thanks,
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A easy wasy to remember is that it is always the second saturday of may in MN.; both for eye's and pike.

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Check the calendar, 90% of the time it's on Mother's Day. After 40 years of marriage you would think my wife would get used to me being gone, but she still complains....Kaz

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Hopefully, The weather won't kick us off the lake again!....and they were biting so nice too!

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Alphid,
I can't wait either!!! When are we going to get out?

Later,

Coach Dog

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So is the 2004 opener the second sat (the 9th) or the 15th? Can't seem to find it on the DNR HSOforum. Thanks for reply's!

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Opener this year is the 15th because the 1st is a Sat. That sucks! Looks like Ill hit the Wi. opener someplace.

[This message has been edited by Northlander (edited 02-02-2004).]

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What is pathetic is that Bass don't open up until basically June unless you live near the lower Sippy, Croix, or Big Stone. What a joke!

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