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Re: What kind of fish is this?
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With a deformed mouth? I agree, the side sure looks walleye like-

Posted on: 8/20 10:10:58
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What kind of fish is this?
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Posting for a friend- they found this in Lake Minnetonka washed up on shore, barely alive-

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Posted on: 8/20 8:49:11
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Re: Looking for Travis Peterson
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I can't imagine compromising one's honesty & integrity for any reason- a boat seat & and couple of reels?
I hope this guy is OK-

Posted on: 7/20 15:25:23
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Need some advice
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We are heading north up near Tofte next week & I'm wondering if I should bring the waders & fly rod (new to fly fishing) or if we should focus our efforts on inland lakes for walleye-

Thanks for any help you can provide!

Posted on: 6/14 8:23:51
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Tonka Opener
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I got out Saturday from prime time to about 10 p.m. Tried shiners, fatheads with jigs & spinners on all our winter hot spots- then I casted some shorelines where we have done well in the past- Completely blanked, not a bite from anything. Did anyone have success? Maybe things will improve when the water heats up a bit- I had 48 degrees on the lower lake-

Posted on: 5/14 14:36:50
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Re: Ice Shack Burglars~
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I believe there is a special place in hell for thieves.

Posted on: 2/9 15:11:16
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Re: Native casinos
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Exactly. Tight lines

Posted on: 2/3 21:03:16
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Re: Thanks Navionics!
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Yeah, personally I don't use Navionics- I have a Lakemaster chip in my Lowrance Elite 7 unit. Once I get in the general vicinity, all I need to do is clear off the snow & pour some water on top of the ice. The transducer reads depth without having to drill a bunch of holes.

BTW- I went out to the same spot again last night, had 3 lookers at prime time but nothing committed.

Posted on: 1/30 14:32:27
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Re: Thanks Navionics!
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No doubt, my other son has a skid house out of Red Door on Mille Lacs & they have been struggling big time. We've caught more walleyes on Tonka this year. I have been doing pretty well in 26' plus FOW so that's why I thought this was going to be a bust. Navionics said 22 FOW when actually it was 15!

Posted on: 1/29 10:43:21
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Thanks Navionics!
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Yesterday my son went out on Tonka at 6 a.m. to what he thought would be a hump in~22 feet of water, dropping off pretty sharply on all sides. He set up, drilled his holes and at 7:30 the perch scattered & this tank hit. He proceeded to catch another around 24 inches, both were released. Guess where I set up last night? I caught a fat 20" walleye & a couple of rock bass.

Turns out all three fish were caught in 15 FOW two on sucker minnows, the big one on a jig/minnow head. The camera showed us being on a transition between dead/dormant milfoil laying on the bottom and rocks the size of softballs. This lake has some giant walleye!

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Posted on: 1/29 10:20:10
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