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    I caught a couple, one decent (mid 2's) on a small flatbill just on the weedline and then another small pounder on 1/2oz All Terrain jig. Lost a monster pike when it bit through my line on a Tokyo rigged creature bait near the boat after a bit of a fight. It was muskie sized, probably 15ish pounds.

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    No shortage of pike action, I didn't show the 5 or 6 bladed jigs we lost to pike biting us off :(

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    LMB’s were hitting plastics up by Longville. I got a couple smallies on pink x raps. Then it snowed for 5-6 hours. I left with about an inch of snow in the boat. I’d had enough. Next few months look good tho.

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    Yeah, something about fishing during all this craziness that just feels right and good for the mind

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    Fishing on Lake Minnetonka was good. As usual on Minnetonka lots of variety. Friend landed a 6+ lb large mouth, biggest largemouth I have seen in caught in person. Managed to land a 22" walleye on opener as well. All in all, good day. Cold though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DQM View Post
    Fishing on Lake Minnetonka was good. As usual on Minnetonka lots of variety. Friend landed a 6+ lb large mouth, biggest largemouth I have seen in caught in person. Managed to land a 22" walleye on opener as well. All in all, good day. Cold though!
    Sounds like a solid day, I like fishing Tonka on the bad weather days tbh, keeps the boat traffic down a little anyways

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    It was good. Started out on Chisago throwing chatterbaits but had no luck. Saw some nice looking shoreline structure (which always makes me want to pitch to it) and got on a really nice bite.

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