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We have been getting hammered by some brutal cold temps last week, but sure not has affected the walleye bite.
Been out everyday in last week catching 12-40 eyes a night. lot of dandies like this one I got last night.
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NICE!
Sounds like you're having a good time on the ice.
Why do you have all those clothes on inside that nice warm shelter? :P

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overboard » December 12th, 2013, 5:32 pm wrote:NICE!
Sounds like you're having a good time on the ice.
Why do you have all those clothes on inside that nice warm shelter? :P
Was in buddies shack. While in storage he got rip in shack. Temp was -7* with 20 mph winds which kept blowing pilot out on heater. So it was bit chilly in there.
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Been great winter so far, only missed one evening out in last 2 weeks. Catch and releasing 20-40 dandy eyes a evening.
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Keeping any for the table? Nothing like a good hot fish stew on a cold winter night :beer:
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fool4fish1226 » December 16th, 2013, 8:21 pm wrote:Keeping any for the table? Nothing like a good hot fish stew on a cold winter night :beer:
No did not keep any, this time released all. I just rather release them to grow bigger and catch another day.Only time I keep fish is if going to eat it that day or next morning, or if get call from elderly people from church liking some. I fish 4-7 days a week and can have fresh fish anytime I want it. In last 2 weeks I fished every day except for 2.
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Good job my friend, I know I know but better late than never.
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