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    Still Yakkin' and Whackin'

    Great day on the "in town" lake. 2 hrs on the water and 8 fish caught. My buddy got a real nice brown in the first shot.

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    Nice

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    Sweet!

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    #4
    Great job

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    #5
    Great pics

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    Thanks guys. Hope I can get out more, but its actually starting to freeze here now. Might be ice fishing soon.


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    Make into an ice breaker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royjulius View Post
    Thanks guys. Hope I can get out more, but its actually starting to freeze here now. Might be ice fishing soon.
    And it's 72 degrees here this eve!!! Crazy !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lea View Post
    And it's 72 degrees here this eve!!! Crazy !!!
    Yep, crazy, Lea. I saw some friends on FB yesterday already drilling holes on one of our local, higher-up lakes. Next week Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the teens for the daytime highs. Around 0 at night.......I love ice fishing though, and so does my dog because he can run all over creation and not be confined to the boat. Iposted earlier in this section that the lake in my photos has a creek running through it and it never totally freezes, so I will still be able to kayak fish nearly all winter. It just has to be above freezing so my reels will still work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by magnumb View Post
    Make into an ice breaker...
    Prolly will at some point on the thin stuff. I've done it with my bigger boats.


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    Always wanted to move to Alaska but after getting older and could move there I can no longer take cold weather.Figures

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    Quote Originally Posted by rboren View Post
    Always wanted to move to Alaska but after getting older and could move there I can no longer take cold weather.Figures
    Same here. After 3 months of our winters in SD, that's plenty. Ice never gets more than 14-16 inches thick too, so no need for an auger extension like them "way north" folks do.


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