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  Launched the canoe and paddled West.  AM fog was interesting.   Not much to see on a calm overcast lake.
  Talked to one boat that had boated two Pike less then ten inches long.
  I lost a 18-20 inch Pike when my 6 lb. Trilene was cut.
  Drifting down the Bluffs with the wind.  Tossing a Tube Jig.
  Anyone do any good on the Lake?
 

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We hit 11-mile on sat also.Arrived at 7:30am and Trolled around in circles for 3 hrs cause of the fog and we were TOTALLY lost! The day was a total skunk job. Never had a bite till we left at 2:30pm.
 

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slayer got skunked ??? that has got to be a first. now i don't feel quite so bad ;D
 

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We went over to Tarryall afterwards and fished off the shore and each got 3 bos on p-bait just to break the skunk! The last few weeks have been tough on me,just a short down cycle I hope!
 

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i am sure it will pick up when the ice gets here
 

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I went to 11 mile 10/23. Caught 2 rainbows off of deer island drifting worms. One was 13 inches, the other 20. The East end of the lake was much calmer than the west. Water temp was 49 degrees.

Chris
 
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