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Old 12-23-2016, 08:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fished at the outlet today. Smelled a skunk but pulled out a 7" walleye. solid foot of ice at the outlet, drove around a lot and found much thinner ice on the north side.

Anyone here fish Jackson? its a big lake and I'd say there were 10 or fewer other guys there, just thinking about whether or not to try it again.



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lots of carp and shad in thurr. they also stock it with lots of bobos.
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Thanks Dave. The 2015 Survey gave me a different idea about the lake, did see a bunch big dried up carp on the shore, probably still it a couple more tries when I can spend more time
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Great pup!
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Is that your first eye Brian?
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Nice pup and they DO put a shit ton of walleye in there, but I have not tried it myself in years.
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That is my first Dallas and Albow and pistoldog thanks for the compliments, I just wish he'd had a better day. I'll try once more with a vest on him but if that doesn't make him more comfortable he'll have to stay home, I think it was close to 50 but he was shaking after about 45 minutes. Maybe he felt/heard things that I couldn't
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Old 12-27-2016, 07:47 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I take my yellow lab all the time with me, he has just as short hair. I bought a dog bed that is waterproof just to keep him off the ice, other than that he plays and enjoys fishing
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