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trackerrat
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3/20/15 7:43 PM CST
I was banned from using it many years ago because I gave somebody a piece of my mind. That user has since been booted but they still won't give me the messenger back.

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3/20/15 7:34 PM CST
trackerrat, your messenger is turned off, find that amusing

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3/20/15 6:53 PM CST
malleye, we all here support special needs people, so feel free to post......

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3/20/15 6:53 PM CST
Open water

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3/20/15 6:28 PM CST
Might want to look at the regs a little better.

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3/20/15 5:42 PM CST
Maybe i'm wrong but the new regulation booklet for 2015 and 2016 says there is now a 1 fish limit between 15 and 20 inches and 1 over 28 inches on castle rock and petenwell flowages. Please check your regs. I am not in favor of it if it's true.

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3/20/15 5:36 PM CST
So tell us Ichthyologist007, what would be the ill effects of this limit? Are you saying that if people don't remove every walleye between 15" and 20" they catch, the population will suffer?

Can you provide a link to the year class studies you are getting your information from? The last time I spoke to the actual local fish biologist, there are no year class studies.

For the record, I'm probably not about a 1 fish limit, but maybe from March 1 to the first Saturday in May I am.

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3/20/15 4:04 PM CST
There is no such limit in place right now and if you are indeed asking if anyone would be in favor of it, then you should do a little homework on these flowages. A proposed limit of what you stated would actually have ill affects on this system in the long run. There is def no shortage of walleyes of any year class.

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3/20/15 3:52 PM CST
Rigger, are you asking if anyone would be in favor of it? please tell me you are NOT asking that.

fishhhhh
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3/20/15 2:13 PM CST
Rigger what are you talking about? Its 5 fish limit.

castle rock rigger
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3/20/15 1:33 PM CST
Just curious. Anyone have any thoughts on new walleye limit of 1 fish per day, from 15 to less than 20 inches this year on the river and castle rock and petenwell flowages?

Thatsmistertoyou
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3/16/15 5:33 PM CST
not yet

rages05
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3/16/15 11:51 AM CST
Is there any open water by buckhorn bridge by rd g

X-Rap2
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3/16/15 5:50 AM CST
Calling it a season after one last fix on the rock this weekend. Picked up a nice mixed bag of last ice pannies. The pannies took me to school on the east side this year so ventured out on the yellow and did decent. Threw back a few Goliath pies to pass on their genes.

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3/15/15 3:02 PM CST
You guys don't need to cuss over the draw down. I live in Tomahawk. We have the Willow Flowage, drawn down 9', Rainbow Flowage the same. YeS it would be nice to have more watewe but we can't change this situation. These reservoirs are meant to hold water and keep the Wisconsin river at steady capacity. Airborne snow pack the powers to be should have slowed down the drainage. If we don't get more snow or rain we could be in big trouble in the Northwood. Just my 2 cents. All levels are controlled by the Fed's. There's your problem!

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