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Re: Scenic State Park-Coon/Sandwick Lake
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Thanks Stoplis! From the sounds of the DNR report I may be spending my time on the Bass vs. Walleye. Thats ok cause a sunny day with a Texas Rig and a cold one is a day well spent!!!

If anyone has any late August experience on the Eye's there please let me know.

Posted on: 2012/8/3 9:12
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Re: Scenic State Park-Coon/Sandwick Lake
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Thanks for the tips.

Posted on: 2012/8/2 16:10
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Scenic State Park-Coon/Sandwick Lake
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Would love any info out there on fishing at Scenic State Park. Heading up there later this month and have never fished it. Any good or am I just going site seeing? Any tips would be appreciated!

Posted on: 2012/8/2 14:52
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Re: Netting Threads Info
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While I agree that LSF is much more than one topic, I do not agree with making it harder to find a specific topic of interest. Especially this particular topic. Maybe I am different but when I visit LSF I get the newest posts right up front. If I have more time I might go dig for more topics but the front page is just like breezing through a newspaper and finding topics of most interest. Obviously the topic in question has extremely high interest from many many LSF's. I feel by taking this action LSF is hurting the cause. IMHO


I have to agree with you Kato. INMO the newest posts on whatever topic it may be should be the post we all see at log in. I think the more attention this netting topic gets the better off the sports people of this state are as we need everyone to know about this! In a discussion with two non fishing co-workers about what is happening at Mille Lacs they could not believe that this was allowed and why it is not stopped. Again the key here is "NON FISHING" people who understand that spawning fish need to be protected. Heck even my two young kids understand catch and release!

Posted on: 2012/4/20 8:25
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Re: Christmas Lake
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Pull up to the access and if no one is there I would report to DNR/local police and have any lock or other device removed then I would file a suit against the city just like they tried to do against the DNR only difference is there ARE violating the law by closing a PUBLIC access! This is no different then what is happening at Mille Lacs. One group of people excercising "special rights"! Needs to stop! Who do they think they are stopping the public from using the lake. What do you think those lake shore owners would say if they pulled up to Leech Lake and the access was closed and the Lakeshore owners there deemed their lake special? Bet those same people would have a fit!!!

Posted on: 2012/4/19 10:28
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Re: Get this Mn. State Rep. on the record
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Please review the LSF Rules of Conduct

Posts with any racial comment from either side will not be allowed.

Posted on: 2012/4/17 16:17
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Re: Get this Mn. State Rep. on the record
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Nelson,
with every post you ad to this thread I swear I can hear your IQ dropping! To compare netting spawning Walleyes to hook and line fishing outside the spawn or during the spawn on some border waters is possibly the dumbest thing I have ever heard! Even the border waters have a slot. Rainy River has a two fish limit under 19.5 inches. You don't see 28 inch females full of eggs getting the knife there! Too bad those netters couldn't follow those rules. Oh, I guess they can't as realeasing dead fish would be wanton waste. But then again arn't they already doing that with the videos showing it and the fish with tool marks floating up on shore not to mention the piles of rotten fish found over the years in ditches! I don't care if you have brown, white, black, pink or green skin it is just wrong!!!!!!

Posted on: 2012/4/16 15:37
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Re: Tribal Case
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I grew up on the Reservation, went to school with 50% plus native students, still live and work there and have plenty of native friends and most all of them agree that it is BS. It is a new era and time to move on as "ONE" class of people! No special treatment for anyone! End BS benifits, welfare etc for perfectly capably people! Everyone get a job and contribute to society instead of being a blood sucking leech on it!!! I'm not a racist, I'm a realist! Move on people as this is getting old!!! That is the only way to eliminate the seperation is to treat everyone equal! Creepworm you made a really broad statement of accusing alot of people as being racist and I don't know about everyone else but it has nothing to do with race for me it has to do with equality!!!! If it where white guys pulling those nets I would be protesting just as hard! If they told me tomorrow I could net Walleyes while spawning I would not touch a net! It's common sense and nothing more!!!!

Posted on: 2012/4/13 9:20
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Re: Opener
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I have fished Leech when the Ice went out in early April and also fished it when there was Ice still on the lake. I don't think we will see much if any difference this opener from last. IMO the DNR needs to quit messing with dates and pick one and leave it!

Posted on: 2012/4/12 17:05
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Re: What ????
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There comes a time when a woman just has to trust her husband... for
example...

A wife comes home late one night, arriving early from being out of town
and quietly opens the door to her bedroom.

From under the blanket she sees four legs instead of two.

She reaches for a baseball bat and starts hitting the blanket as hard as
she can.

Once she's done, she goes to the kitchen to have a drink.

As she enters, she sees her husband there, reading a magazine.

"Hi Darling", he says, "Your parents have come to visit us, so l let
them stay in our bedroom.

Posted on: 2012/4/10 14:19
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