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Otter Box
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2/21/15 5:08 PM CST
Very nice 007, you should have given this one out as well. Wink

walleyeguy007
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2/19/15 3:20 PM CST
By panfish he means "shiners" he caught out of the minnow bucket with a net. And by pike, he forgot to add the "s" in front. He meant to say spike. So, he went home with a bucket of bait and a used container of spikes. See, I can stretch the truth too.

perch8
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2/19/15 12:26 PM CST
Out by Lake Side this morning early, fish were hungry! Ended up with 15 panfish and four pike!

walleyemaster
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2/17/15 11:40 PM CST
What's a meal 2 how many tip ups I would catch more if I brought five guys with fifteen tip ups just saying don't point people in the wrong direction all in all 98 percent of the eyes are small how many people do you know have caught slot limits on that stretch of river it just doesnt happen because it is not the right habitat to much current and the eyes burn all there energy no where to stage and get fat the river above the point dam does Smile

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perch8
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2/17/15 9:58 PM CST
Y'all can hate all you want but I pounded the fish. Yes many were small but I also managed a meal. Maybe if you were a better fisherman you'd catch more Cool

walleyemaster
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2/17/15 9:04 AM CST
I am very familiar below the dams in both areas the whiting and point dam and yes there are eyes, lots of eyes especially first ice but out of a hundred you catch you may get one keeper all around 12 to 14 inches. If your looking for a meal I would try else where or put hours in to try to catch 2 fillets for supper.

NBarker
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2/16/15 9:45 PM CST
Fished river rd today from 1:30-dark didn't catch anything, lost a crappie at the hole and missed another. As far as below point dam was out 2/13 and did not have any luck, I personally have not experienced the "awesome" bite down there this year as in years past. And by slaying them perch8 do you mean you caught 5 13in fish or did you catch one 15in fish?

perch8
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2/16/15 10:15 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: Below 0° F
Went below the Point Dam yesterday. Slayed the walleye! Great day to be out!

Fishette
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2/14/15 10:59 AM CST
The other day I was on Blackhawk Lake and it made me so mad that someone had tried to put a fish back in the hole and left it there dead to freeze back in. If you are going to keep a fish long enough for it to not be able to swim away, take it home and clean it!!

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2/12/15 9:34 PM CST
Kickflip, it is a bit disgusting. I've been on a few different lakes and every now and then, I see a pile of crap, from spent little green propane containers, to cans, bags, chunks of wood, and I've even seen a diaper on the ice.

I've made it a promise to myself that if I see someone leaving crap behind, I will report them. I grew up on the 60's, and remember how bad the waterways were back then. We've come to far to return back to those days again. Like the saying goes, "leave it as you found it".

kickflip
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2/12/15 4:45 PM CST
Ice Depth: 20" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 6° - 10° F
Went out below the dam in Point today... Marked 1 fish, maybe? No fish but I did find plenty of trash. I sure run into a lot of extra classy guys fishing around here. Seems soda cans and propane tanks would be lighter when they're empty. Not to mention the dozens of cig butts. But this might be a concept too deep for some Point area sportsmen. Too bad stupidity isn't painful. Pack it in, pack it out, children.

The Hyena
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2/6/15 11:36 AM CST
Limited out on 5 inch perch. Size don't matter I clean everything.

little dufek
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2/6/15 10:04 AM CST
Fished Sunday through Thursday. Hit lakeside, Rustys, River rd, and a few off the beaten path spots. Fish were scattered but active. Pretty poor year.

Otter Box
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1/27/15 3:48 PM CST
Thought so. Wink

Jax
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1/27/15 3:40 PM CST
LOL That would be the one!

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