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Old 02-12-2017, 04:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Great pictures Shoe!
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Great pictures Shoe!
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Old 02-12-2017, 07:19 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Good to see someone found some front range ice this weekend!! Nicely done.
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Nice job, Gentlemen! I've been on the throne for 72 hrs. purging Mexico from my bowels-
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Nice job, Gentlemen! I've been on the throne for 72 hrs. purging Mexico from my bowels-
Without photos, it didn't happen. Just kidding...DON'T want to see it. I have been in that position myself before on trips to Yucatan years ago. Days off work at least...

We caught 60 perch between us, returning those less than about 7". Get well.

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Guys, I went to seamans today and got into the perch. However I strongly advise you not to fish it unless we get another big cold snap. If your right by the shore in 5' of water the ice is good, anything further out and the ice is 3" and very unstable. Not worth the risk with how warm this week will be. I bet my next weekend the lake is opening up. The fiancée and I had a large fracture line shoot right underneath us and water started oozing up from the crack. Needless to say we boogied out as fast as possible. I guess the ice season is done for us at the lower elevations
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Way to go Shoe and friend. I just have to ask this question, why do you have to hide your face when taking the picture? I have noticed that lots of people here do not show their faces when taking the pictures besides me, AO, Redleader, and Slayer. Are we the only handsome guys on this forum that are not afraid to show what we look like?
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The guy in pic is not Shoe. Shoe is not afraid-
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why do you have to hide your face when taking the picture? I have noticed that lots of people here do not show their faces when taking the pictures
The warrant is still outstanding if they can't track you down!
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Guys, I went to seamans today and got into the perch. However I strongly advise you not to fish it unless we get another big cold snap. If your right by the shore in 5' of water the ice is good, anything further out and the ice is 3" and very unstable. Not worth the risk with how warm this week will be. I bet my next weekend the lake is opening up. The fiancée and I had a large fracture line shoot right underneath us and water started oozing up from the crack. Needless to say we boogied out as fast as possible. I guess the ice season is done for us at the lower elevations
Kamm did you fish on the dam end of the lake? We didn't even venture out there. Walk up and around the lake on trail to get to better ice. I agree to be careful...I haven't gone in for a while. Use your spud.

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