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Re: Dried out cork on rod handle?
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Posted on: 2/25 20:48:58
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Re: Last minute pike trip yesterday!
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Nice!!!

Any Eaters?

Posted on: 2/24 18:34:48
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Lyback's Closed For the Season
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From Eddy's Reports Page:


"February 22nd, 2017 6:30 pm

Today we pulled all the rentals and private customers houses close to shore on better ice. Blocked them up and are going to wait for colder weather the next two to three days to get them in the storage lot. Wheelhouse customers need to come and get their houses after the weekend when things freeze up better too. We are closingÖ.

We canceled all reservations for rentals for the weekend. We will not be letting anyone out on ATVís, snowmobiles, trucks,etc. We found numerous water holes from draining water that a person could possibly fall into, so we are basically closed for the rest of the season, unless something drastically changes.

The Lybacks/TWP fishing Tournament, (The fishing part is cancelled). The prize drawings will continue as planned at 3:00 pm Saturday for those that might come up for that. However you DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT to get your door prize..(Change in rules since we are not fishing). So if the weather is bad stay home. We are going to organize the prizes Friday night like we always do. We will compile a list of all 150 prizes. And Saturday we will draw just like we have in the past. All tickets, prize numbers, and names will be documented in a notebook and marked on the prize awarded. Next week we will contact ALL contestants and inform them of what they received. We will mix up prizes, big and small just like we always have so everyone will have a chance for a big one at the end as always. You can come up later and pickup prize, or we will send it to you if you pay the shipping.

Its too bad the warm weather stayed so long. At the beginning of the week I thought we would make it thru it, but when I started seeing waterholes like I did it was time to pull the plug. Itís quite a financial hit to Cindy and I to lose the last weekend of the seasonís income, but I wonít take the chance of someone having a problems out there either.

The office will be open to receive calls if any have questions. Keep a Tight Line!

Eddy"

Posted on: 2/23 12:27:30
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Re: 2017-18 walleye regulations
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Yeah.

I was hoping that they would come to their senses and take some of the Cannibals out of the lake by having a 2 fish over 24" limit.

Apparently they will continue to go with Einstein's definition of insanity.............


Doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result.

Posted on: 2/17 13:20:27
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Re: Advice wanted
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Here is Eddie's report from Lyback's


February 16th, 2017

Yesterday the anglers that were out over night had good Walleye action in shallow. And at daylight a couple houses we had in 11-12 feet caught Perch up to 14 inches. So it is still good fishing in close.
We moved the bridge for the upcoming warm weather and I am hoping we will be able to keep it in place over the weekend with the warm weather coming. Our access will be just fine as well as the ice on the lake, especially if we get freezing nights. We are installing hole liners in the rentals so we donít have to fight the banking that will be melting with the warm weather. By midweek next week it is forecasted to cool back down and the last Walleye weekend will be really nice from what reports Iíve heard.

The Lybacks /TWP Tournament is full and on schedule for February 25th,2017. Times and Ruiles will be posted all next week on the report so contestants know what to do that Saturday.

Keep a Tight Line! Eddy

http://lybacks.com/winter.html

Posted on: 2/16 14:33:39
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Re: Ice Out...
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Remember a couple back, when Winter didn't really get going until March, and Mille Lacs wasn't open for the Opener?

Don't count yur chickens!!!

Posted on: 2/14 15:27:39
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Re: Beach/deep sea fishing vacation recommendations??
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No car necessary in Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo.

Everything is close and a cou0le of buck taxi ride away.

It can be hard to beat Cabo fishing if the fishing is hot.
It can be hard to beat Zihuatanejo prices if Cabo is not.


Like anyplace else Lips!!!

Ya pays yur Dollar, and ya takes yur turn!!

September/October you should have no problems getting a boat in Zihuatanejo. It is their off season for tourism, can be rainy, or not, and fishing is fishing!!

Posted on: 2/13 17:20:52
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Re: Still Driving out?
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Just to note (since we are now experiencing the usual Media Hype) the two vehicles that went though on lake Minnetonka........

The truck that went though, drove over a pressure ridge. That is a no no in anyone's book.

The Mercedes that went though, tried to drive though one of the channels. Yeah THAT was smart as well.

My take is check with your local bait shop.

Posted on: 2/12 11:55:24
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Re: Alaskan Fishing
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"and fighting 4 lbs of lead in 300 ft of water gets old...fast."

I hurt just from the memory!!!

Tink Tink Tink...........no fish............reel up 300 feet to check bait..............rebait............repeat.

Posted on: 2/4 10:43:12
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Re: Cabo sportfishing
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Have a Great Trip!!!

Like anywhere else in Mexico, make the Captain aware if you want to C&R on Bill-fish when you are getting on the boat.

Tell him straight out that you Don't Tip For Dead Bill-fish.

He is going to want the 30-50 bucks that you will tip, more than the 30-50 Pesos he will get for the fish.

Posted on: 2/3 10:19:50
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