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Author Topic: Took kids fishing  (Read 280 times)

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Offline dakids

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On MLK day I took a buddy and 2 of his kids fishing.  They chased flags for 2 hours before they got tired enough for me to catch a fish.  They caught 12 bass and 5 slot pike.  Biggest bass was 3.5 pounds.
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excellent!!!   :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Just asking? Can you keep Large mouth in the winter?   :confused:

Yep! Feb. 28, 2021  :happy1: :happy1:

The reason I ask is a DNR plane dropped out of the sky on us one day and I had just caught one when he walked up. I set it by the hole and he said are you going to keep that?  :drillsergeant:
Not knowing the date I nudge it in to the hole with my foot and said Nope!  :rotflmao:
Must have been later in the season, I never really ice fish for them.
« Last Edit: January 01/26/21, 11:13:21 AM by Leech~~ »
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