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Post Posted: 04:54pm - Mar 2,17 
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pezdek1 wrote:
Wait... you actually just spent $2000 on four lures? :doh :crazy


I have my four lures. You can buy 8,000 nightcrawlers! :wink:

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Post Posted: 08:30pm - Mar 2,17 
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:drink I hope this lameass thread ends soon :thanks :whew
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Post Posted: 06:10am - Mar 3,17 
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I lost a $15 spybait and a $15 Jackall rattle bait last year and it still pisses me off. The spybait was on the 2nd or 3rd cast.

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Post Posted: 09:01am - Mar 3,17 
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Bulldawg wrote:
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What will you be fishing for?


Those green fish.

You should try for the stripers in the Wolf river :rotflmao

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Post Posted: 09:06am - Mar 3,17 
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Bulldawg Trolling fellow fisherman.

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Post Posted: 09:11am - Mar 3,17 
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minnow wrote:
Bulldawg wrote:
thewatsonator wrote:
What will you be fishing for?


Those green fish.

You should try for the stripers in the Wolf river :rotflmao



Always a possibility. Be up there ina week or so.

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Post Posted: 09:17am - Mar 3,17 
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sgtski wrote:
:drink I hope this lameass thread ends soon :thanks :whew
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:drink No need to join in if you feel that way. Start your own thread. :topic

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Post Posted: 01:38am - Mar 5,17 
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The US gill pattern really did a number on the trophy walleye at Tampier last year. Only problem is I kept snagging and losing them in the rocks.

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Post Posted: 09:52am - Mar 5,17 
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FishinMatt wrote:
The US gill pattern really did a number on the trophy walleye at Tampier last year. Only problem is I kept snagging and losing them in the rocks.



Good to know. Thanks

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Post Posted: 01:04pm - Mar 5,17 
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Just a side thought. If you snag that thing, it might be worth investing in scuba gear.. BCD/tank/etc. at $600-1000 might be cheaper than buying new lures every snag...

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Post Posted: 09:05pm - Jun 7,17 
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In all my years of fishing there is no such thing as a hot lure.i still catch northerns on dare devils.your lure has to be in the right place at the right time and presanted right to catch fish.if you take a broom stick put treble hooks on it and run it past a musky or northern its his instink to hit it.this is just imo.just as fish are cold blooded and they adapt to the changing remp.they speed up when warm and slow down when cold but are comfortable at aqny temperature since there cold blooded.again imo.

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Post Posted: 10:01am - Jun 8,17 
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Modified broom stick w/trebels = Suick haha

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Post Posted: 08:45am - Jun 9,17 
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Musky Baits wrote:
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Modified broom stick w/trebels = Suick haha

Yup Adam, just like a modified tube of silicone w/trebles = Pounder Dawg. :bigyuck


Hahaha yup. You still crushing it on the chain? I heard you've had some solid outings with Frye Baits and plastics if I'm not mistaken.

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Post Posted: 02:19pm - Jun 9,17 
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Awesome. Hopefully, soon. My schedule is nuts right now with work and BS on the weekends but i'll be sure to hit you up once it clears. Gotta get me some frye bait action!

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