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Fishing opener!
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Best of luck to everyone for fishing opener! Have a great weekend keeping the tradition!

Posted on: 5/10 11:59:43
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Re: Fishing opener!
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From South Minneapolis
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Weather looks like it should be OK for everyone going out! Have a good time everyone, I work this weekend

Posted on: 5/10 12:05:06
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Re: Fishing opener!
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How's the fishing going for the guys who could make it out today?

Posted on: 5/11 10:45:33
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Re: Fishing opener!
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From outta here
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On the pond... both clients and myself limited out. Many overs and a few unders. But those keepers sure tasted good. Got a little sporty in the afternoon but nothing the Pro-V couldn't handle.

The guys are enjoying a few barley pops at the fire. I'm cleaning up from today and getting ready for tomorrow. 0530 comes quick.

I normally avoid opener. But I'm glad I took this trip. Great people! Great times! Memories made!

Posted on: 5/11 23:54:38
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Re: Fishing opener!
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Fished a local lake north of town today and got a few for walleye dinner tonight.

Posted on: 5/12 16:29:34
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Re: Fishing opener!
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From Annandale
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Spent 8 hours out today and blanked. Fished everywhere from 4-25 feet. According to the inspector that was the story of the day. Not one boat had an eye.

Posted on: 5/12 17:30:25
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Re: Fishing opener!
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Weird highbreeze, what do you think it was? Bug hatch already? Did the lake turn over or something?

Posted on: 5/14 6:24:26
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Re: Fishing opener!
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Water was a bit cold yet but the conditions seemed right. I did have a couple mayflies on the truck when I got back but I don't think that was the reason as I didn't mark any big clumps. I pitched jigging raps around structure, ran shadow raps on shallow rock, shad raps on the breaks. There was almost no vegetation to be found and fish seemed really scattered when you'd mark them. I found one small mid lake flat that had a mass of fish off of the finger in 24 feet but couldn't get one to go for the life of me. I think I would have been better with a much slower approach but I went out with artificials only. I'm thinking that finger where they were stacked up with slip bobbers at low light would be a pretty solid spot. Til next time...

Posted on: 5/14 9:29:03
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