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Author Topic: tullibee on leech  (Read 478 times)

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Online glenn57

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anyone hear or got an idea when the tullies start biting off stony point on leech. sure would like to give that a try again.......... been a long long time.
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They are starting to get them.
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They are starting to get them.
thanks dakids....... thinking it wont happen this year unless i do it in a hurry.
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Dude keep you tulli's to yourselves and off Me!  :tut: 
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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Dude keep you tulli's to yourselves and off Me!  :tut:
trust me, I've seen a picture of you with your shirt off I will  :rotflmao:

Oh wait what's wrong with a smomed tullie??? Fun to catch to.
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Dude keep you tulli's to yourselves and off Me!  :tut:
trust me, I've seen a picture of you with your shirt off I will  :rotflmao:

Oh wait what's wrong with a smomed tullie??? Fun to catch to.

Why you and roony got to keep bring up my brief modeling career!  :angry2:   :rotflmao:
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WE CAN'T EVER UNSEE THAT!

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better yet glenn,hit URL march madness happens with a mid day whitefish bite in march,they school up(whitefish) off south shore straight out from Roger's to feed on river shiner's that run up the river to spawn next to rogers,most whitefish we caught kept were 2- 5 lbs,very active this time of year,small red demon jig(glow) and euro larva...

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better yet glenn,hit URL march madness happens with a mid day whitefish bite in march,they school up(whitefish) off south shore straight out from Roger's to feed on river shiner's that run up the river to spawn next to rogers,most whitefish we caught kept were 2- 5 lbs,very active this time of year,small red demon jig(glow) and euro larva...
didnt know red had them...considering how shallow the lake is??? depending where i'm at leech is closer........either way with the weather forecast i'm not sure i'll get it in. :pouty:
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This is a whitefish I caught on leech years ago on the south end not far from Anderson's resort. If I remember right it was 5 lbs.
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Nice one Glenn.

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LOL  must be a story behind you mounting a whitefish glenn,never seen one mounted before. PB maybe? :confused:

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LOL  must be a story behind you mounting a whitefish glenn,never seen one mounted before. PB maybe? :confused:
:happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: i did it for guys like you snow.............cause noone else has one!!!!!!!!!!!! :happy1: :happy1:

i did it with bear hides too!!!!!!!!! i have a rug and shoulder mount. so cause noone else has one i know of i had bear pillows made. took 1 hide and had 2 pillows made.......with just a cloth backing and zipper.  the second hide i had a pillow made of bear hide all the way around.  :happy1: :happy1:

and yes thats the biggest i've caught,.
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figured you had a reason.... bear hide pillow? bet shadow will like them...hope he doesn't hump em... ;)

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 :rotflmao: naw but all my dogs love laying on them or more so using them for a head rest.
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Funny how tastes in fish become a cultural thing. I know some Canadians who would rather eat whitefish than walleye.

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Agreed roony,years back on red killing time during the day before the crappie bite started(always at night) I watched a native man  with his son pop a dozen holes along a pressure ridge,figured he was crappie fishing,not paying much attention to the guy as we were enjoying the afternoon sunny and warm waiting for action on the flasher,after a hour I noticed the guy had fish flopping at every hole he popped,he was hole hoping catch whitefish just under the ice(sight fishing as I found out being nosey,I  asked how he perpared them thinking smoke he told me whitefish are from the salmon family unlike tullies,he told me to fillet a couple and pan fry em,said they're great so we did,soon we loaded up a cooler of whitefish,had a fish fry,folks thought we fried up walleye,very good table fare.

 

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