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Offline Lee Borgersen

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How To Fish Crawlers

 :coffee: ........Da how to..... :scratch:

http://leeslakegenevaguideservice.com/How%20To%20Fish%20Crawlers.htm






 Just a few crawler victims'

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Side Note: All fish in below photos were released ta be caught again by a-nudder lucky angler :happy1:

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Correction: Da guy in da black t shirt got dat one mounted! turdy inches just over 10 Lbs. :bow:
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Nice fish.  Good job Lee.

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 :wowza: How big were those smallies, Lee?  :scratch: A couple of beauties there!! :cool:
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:wowza: How big were those smallies, Lee?  :scratch: A couple of beauties there!! :cool:

Dem smallies were mostly bout 1 lb each. Yust yo-kin! :rotflmao:

I don't realy remember  :scratch: Cept fur da smallie wit me in da red shoyt was 6lbs 12oz. (my best ever)
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  That's not a  :fish2:, that's a PIG!! ;) :laugh: Where did you get them, over here or over there? :scratch:
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  That's not a  :fish2:, that's a PIG!! ;) :laugh: Where did you get them, over here or over there? :scratch:

#2 and #5 were from da BWCA...Da udders were from Lake Geneva in S/E Wisconsin.
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