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  1. Walleye Fishing

    Hi Shaun!
  2. Stockton trip advice

    Was at Roark Wednesday. I did not see anything in the water. Caught 2 walleye, a couple of crappie, and a big Drum.
  3. Stockton 5/9,5/10,5/11

    Water level is falling. Falling water levels usually = Tough fishing!
  4. strange

    I had 67 yesterday afternoon at Roark
  5. CC water clarity

  6. Night fishing

    We have been getting them the same way in Birch. Love me some night fishing!
  7. April Walleye, something a little different. 4/11/17

    NICE JOB!!
  8. 4-7 & 4-8 CRAPPIE

  9. Cc Hwy

    Greenfield public access.
  10. 4-8

    Thanks! Been taking crap ever since from her and other people. Guess I shouldn't have posted the pic of my fish LOL! Next time no mercy!
  11. 4-8

    Put in at Roark. Tried to hit some of my normal crappie piles in Birch but wind made that almost impossible. We decided to try trolling Cranks. Had some success. Caught a bunch of short crappie and several short largemouth. My daughter hooked into this 18 inch Eye with only one Eye. Boy did she have fun getting it in! Also got one 12.5 in crappie. Windy but fun day on the water!
  12. walleye

    Got this off google. In Minnesota, cormorants have been found to consume from 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per bird per day. The majority of their diet is made up of fish (99.9% in Leech Lake) but they also eat snails, crayfish, and amphibians.
  13. walleye

    I saw a HUGE flock of them around Shaw Bluff last time I was at the lake! I didn't know what the heck they were!
  14. Yesterday with my grandson.

    Nice! The kid will never forget these times!
  15. walleye

    You guys complaining that only 1% survive. Think about this. Each Female Walleye can lay up to 400,000 eggs. At 1% thats 4000 fish!!!! LOL

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