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It was a walk and a lot of searching. Caught a nice 18" brown right away and then dinker perch. Finally, I found a school of acceptable ones and had 10 in probably 10 minutes.



Now, I just have to fillet them... :-\

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Brown trout and perch...lol there's a clue right there...nice job!
 

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Good job Mark! They are kinda scattered compared to what they used to be-
 

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It was a walk and a lot of searching. Caught a nice 18" brown right away and then dinker perch. Finally, I found a school of acceptable ones and had 10 in probably 10 minutes.



Now, I just have to fillet them... :-\

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I need to get back there. was there for first ice... and i was more than impressed with the fishing. was it miserably windy?3
 

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I have seen that video before. Ten seconds is a fish story IMO but it might cut the time in half. My family doesn't like picking the bones out. I filleted them up and it only took a minute or so for each one. I fried them up with Progresso Italian Bread crumbs over egg batter and they were good. But the canola oil frying is a little harsh for my insides anymore. Next time I will go with grilling or baking them. Dang, I have had the flu/cold for the last week. I need to get back to fishing for more.

The video reminds me of a summer that I spent as a college student cleaning Bullheads at a WI resort. I used this technique and it made cleaning all those Bullheads bearable. I didn't fish for 3 or 4 years after that summer, though...

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