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Re: where and what to use for opener?
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I have found that using a large 5 inch silver minnow in brass color with a yellow large twister tail on it will work the weeds better. Adding a stinger hook increases the hook up but also adds to the snag possibilities, in some cases. If the twister tail is large enough you can dig the trailing hook into it. Otherwise, I will be using a large bucktail and jerking it along rocks and weedlines. I fish the metro lakes and do not give out the location of my favorite Muskie lake. I will probably be out Monday, after everyone goes home/back to work.

Posted on: 2009/6/3 13:02
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Re: Minnewashta
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If you move around some weedbeds, there are some nice sunnies in the lake. You will have to sort through alot of smaller ones.

Posted on: 2009/6/3 1:36
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Re: JUNE 21-LSF Family day on the Alma Float
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It is normally $15 for the day. I am hoping to get us a small discount that will reduce it to $12. I need 12 people ( adults) to sign up for this to happen. Click on the link below to get more information.

Posted on: 2009/6/2 22:46
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Re: JUNE 21-LSF Family day on the Alma Float
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June 21st is not that far away! I will be there by 8am and stay the entire day out on the float. With a line in the water that long I am sure to catch something! Come on down and see if you catch something!

Posted on: 2009/6/2 17:30
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Re: How Did You Hear About LSF?
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A few years ago, I was on another site and one of their members pointed it out to me. I have been here ever since. I found this site to be more open and inviting. The information on this site is some of the best there can be found anywhere.

Posted on: 2009/6/2 17:24
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Re: Bass fishing
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I just caught and released a 16 inch Bass out on the sunken island straight out from the landing on the north side of Prior Lake. I was using a float and rigged for crappie. There are enough Bass to keep you busy on Prior, just have to find the hot spots.

Posted on: 2009/6/2 14:09
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Re: JUNE 21-LSF Family day on the Alma Float
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Update on prize status: I have picked up the prizes and was surprised at the amounts of items we have. I made up 35 bags of mixed items and will give them out first to any LSF member, guest and family member that sees me out on the float. When they are gone they are gone. After a short while I will start giving them out to anyone out on the float that wants one. Hoping that maybe we can draw some new members into LSF as we hold these events.

Come on out to the Alma Float Sunday June 21st!

Posted on: 2009/5/31 21:06
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Re: Taking the wife fishing....
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On the weekends that area can be busy. If you are up to it, a trip down to Lake City and trioll or lindy rig with heavier than normal sinkers out in 14-18 feet should produce fish in daytime...or deeper. That point from Hoksiila upriver has produced for me Posts in the past say down from the Government Pier produces for them. You will see the other boats doing the troll/drift methods out there. I am tempted myself to go down there Sunday.

Posted on: 2009/5/30 21:20
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Re: red line and bleeding baits
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That sound like a good response to this. I was thinking about this when they came out with bleeding baits. That might be true about it disappearing below a certain depth. I have always heard that white, light blue and yellow/green seem to be most visible in depths for some strange reason. As for bleeding baits, I do not see any difference in bass strikes between the original rattling raps and the new bleeding raps as I toss them around. I still favor the old silver one that is getting all scratched up.

Posted on: 2009/5/30 17:29
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Re: 17th Annual Frontenac Sportsman's Walleye & Sauger Classic
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I may have to check with my partner on this one and see if we can make it there.

Posted on: 2009/5/30 17:21
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