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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Congratulations on your retirement Kirk. It won't take you long to lose track of the days, because when you don't have a work schedule anymore, it doesn't matter! A nice problem to have!

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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Cass I would be interested in, any recommendations on where to stay?

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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Hopefully someone can help with places to stay. I've just fished the area and knew it would meet your requirements. Lots of really good bass lakes in the area and cass and/or leech have the eyes you want .

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Re: 2018 trips planned
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1) Various local lakes asap for spring crappies
2) Vermillion for the opener (first time spending the opener here)
3) Lower Cullen July 4th
4) Miltona October 6th
As many other outings as possible in the meantime.

Posted on: 3/27 10:47:52
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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Congrats on the retirement, Kirk!
1.) Spend a couple weekends on the 'Sippi early- only been there once so far
2.) May- Weekend after opener- 5 days in the Boundary Waters
3.) June- 5 days in the Angle with the old man walleye fishing
4.) July- 5 Days over the full moon in the Angle Musky fishing
5.) Fall- Muskies, Muskies, Muskies.....

Posted on: 3/27 11:02:26
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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Congrats on the retirement Kirk! Those fish won't have a fighting chance now!

As for trips, just local outings on my day(s) off from work. Nothing special in the books until first week of August when we fly into Armit Lake with Hidden Bay Lodge! My first fly-in ever and time can't go by fast enough!

But that's the one big fishing trip for me. Already did a week at Disney World in Florida back in January. Got the fly-in trip in August. Then we're flying to California for Christmas with my in-laws which we haven't done in nearly 10 years.

3 big, expensive trips....I'll be out of vacation leave AND money!

Posted on: 4/8 19:45:16
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Re: 2018 trips planned
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No vacation for me this year. My wife's mom lives with us and she's 92. So we are limited. I will however take as many daily trips as I can. Early at Grindstone and mostly up north in Duluth. We were going to go up to the Ash River trail for a week but my wife was sick for 2 weeks at home and used up some vacation time. I will start out fishing for steelhead as soon as the rivers open. Doesn't look good for ice out on opener up there. good luck.

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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Trips planned this year

April 12-18 May be fishing on our trip in Puerto Vallarta if I can talk someone at the Marina to give us a decent price on a trip as we will only have 2 people.

July 12 to the 22 Alaska for Sockeye and maybe Halibut trip if the guy we know is willing to take us out.
June 17 Fishing superior for lakers with the father in law and my dad


January 20 Fishing in Puerto Vallarta for sure

Other than that planning on fishing a lake up by Isabella Mn

Stay at a cabin a weekend on Nokay lake

Have not decided what lakes yet buy a weekend in the Battle lake area

Of course if weather allows my couple day ice fishing over thanksgiving on Red

Fishing the cabin in the Longville area

Posted on: 4/9 23:50:38
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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Quote:

LakerChaser93 wrote:
Cass I would be interested in, any recommendations on where to stay?
Wishbone resort

Posted on: 4/9 23:52:05
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Re: 2018 trips planned
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Quote:

zachd wrote:
Trips planned this year

April 12-18 May be fishing on our trip in Puerto Vallarta if I can talk someone at the Marina to give us a decent price on a trip as we will only have 2 people.

July 12 to the 22 Alaska for Sockeye and maybe Halibut trip if the guy we know is willing to take us out.
June 17 Fishing superior for lakers with the father in law and my dad


January 20 Fishing in Puerto Vallarta for sure

Other than that planning on fishing a lake up by Isabella Mn

Stay at a cabin a weekend on Nokay lake

Have not decided what lakes yet buy a weekend in the Battle lake area

Of course if weather allows my couple day ice fishing over thanksgiving on Red

Fishing the cabin in the Longville area


Yeah, I hear it is tough to get prices on trips out of PV.
My sister and Bro-in-law have a Time Share there, and the fishing is pricey!

If you consider going South a bit to Zihuatanejo it is much more affordable even if fishing Solo like I do!!

A full days Rooster fishing with the Panga all to myself, Boat, Capt, Mate, is around $275 and that is running an hour and a half to fish the best of the beaches. Oh. Yeah. It's an extra ten bucks for live bait (lol)

Posted on: 4/10 10:18:38
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