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Old 06-11-2019, 03:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So quiet around here... Even Slayer isn't posting his once or twice a week Homeric feats on Barr... Or Anterio... And what about hobiecat? Everyone must be too busy catching... And trying not to get their hot spots invaded by barbaric hordes.

Anyhoo, Pistoldog's post has me thinking about zebras. I would never have thought of wipers are zebras because the stripes are in the wrong dimension, but the term stuck in my mind. I think I am going to skip Barr, and the other Barr, and the other, other Barr, and see if I can get some wiper action this week. Somewhere east.
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I've been doing a lot more fishing than catching lately. It at least is in part due to my new favorite thing to do, mapping lakes with my new Helix.

I'll probably try and chase some lakers or Kokes this weekend.
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Been fishing some different stuff in the SW foothills. Going North tomorrow for a few days.

No one else posts anymore, why should I?
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Everyone must be too busy catching... And trying not to get their hot spots invaded by barbaric hordes.
^^^^^^^^^^ This
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I've been doing a lot more fishing than catching lately. It at least is in part due to my new favorite thing to do, mapping lakes with my new Helix.
I had planned to do some mapping this year. But every time I get on the water, my mind just focuses on fishing. Fiddling with electronics ain't my thing. Yes, yes, I would be a much better fisherman once I figured out the electronics...

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Been fishing some different stuff in the SW foothills. Going North tomorrow for a few days.
Going back to your roots with real pink meat, heh? I guess pink walleye didn't quite hit the spot like a good slimer fillet?

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No one else posts anymore, why should I?
Blasphemy! What happened to: the only way I'll stop posting is if I'm in dead or in jail? Guess we'll just have to hope for some unsuspecting new forum members. That's a very rare breed these days.

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I don't do much fishing near metropolitan areas during the fair weather months, so I don't get as much angst about being over crowded as most folks around here. I did take my family out to Boyd for a boating trip last weekend. I thought it was crowded last year when I took a similar trip there, but it was even more of a zoo this year. Now I understand why whining posts account for a good portion of fishing forum posts...
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Busy is always a relative term. LOL

Every June 1st Mac doubles in boat traffic and I get testy about waiting in line for a couple of mins, then I take a weekend trip to Pueblo and end up practically tearing my hair out.

Since I don't take pictures, this didn't happen...

The alewife have moved shallow at Mac and the predators have followed.
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Busy is always a relative term. LOL
For sure...

I have a love/hate relationship with Mac. I don't fish the spawn because the crowds are absolutely ridiculous. May/June is not as bad, but I would still rather fish other less crowded lakes. I have not bought a fishing license there since 2016. Gonna give it another try this year.
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Is Mac the other, other, other Barr?
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Is Mac the other, other, other Barr?
You could call it that. But it would get complicated if we continued the trend...
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ok ok ive been tearing them up at the crack the last three weeks but so has everyone else. were all great walleye fisherman in June. no use posting pics of 17 inch fish.wifes beginning to think im doing something else with my Sunday mornings. nothing to show for my time
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