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Old 01-26-2009, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't want to know anyone's favorite obscure hump or GPS location, LOl. This would be a piece of structure that our members would recognize the moment they read this. A place you were so captivated by, that you might of spent the whole day pounding it, even if you got skunked!

I'll start it off with two:

The big rock wall across from the Reno boat ramp at Glendo. I have spent endless hours trolling that stretch and it has coughed up two 7 lbers and a 8 lb Eye. First place I always go if i have a say.

Scott Golden took me to a giant flat at Seminoe Res. where the Medicine Bow arm meets the North platte arm. I bet Setthehook knows what I am talking about?

It is text book! It is a perfect flat the ranges from 5-15 feet deep and must be a mile long The North Platte channel runs right up next to it. If God was a walleye fisherman he couldn't of done better work When Scott told me about it the night before he caught my interest. The minute I saw it i just smiled!! We got skunked there

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Ok here is another one. The roadbed at Chatfield.
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the beaver house at SPP. It just looks so good, but it's so cruel.
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How about the "Bridge" at Chatfield? I wonder how many fish have been caught off that piece of structure?
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Wow neal I been to that flat where the arms meet. I missed a bunch of fish trolling cranks for about an hour. Till the wind scared us away.

I like flats!
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Old 01-27-2009, 07:54 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Wow neal I been to that flat where the arms meet. I missed a bunch of fish trolling cranks for about an hour. Till the wind scared us away.

I like flats!
Perfect example of what i am talking about! You knew exactly where I was talking about, on a huge body of water. Looneys example is classic also! I haven't fished the area Catfish goon was talking about? But I bet other people have.
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The sunken martini glass at Granby. I've been hearing rumors that lakers have been crowding around it wondering if it contains vodka made from potatoes or wheat.
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I really like a couple long points that go out from the shore at pueblo. Long points that stay shallow and head out into deep water = primo walleye spots.

Pueblo has many of them....
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I love that wall at Glendo, first light and and dusk into dark. Umm shad raps and a fast troll

At Flaming Gorge there is a sunken island, it tops out at about 80' in the middle of 120' of water. It has given me my biggest laker yet 42.5".
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I love that wall at Glendo, first light and and dusk into dark. Umm shad raps and a fast troll

At Flaming Gorge there is a sunken island, it tops out at about 80' in the middle of 120' of water. It has given me my biggest laker yet 42.5".
Especially at first light! That wall usually gives off alot off shade till the sun makes around to the southern sky! Classic spot!!
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