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Hit with Ronco and it became a workmanlike day. 8 vehicles in parking lot at 615am. Hiked a ways and started hucking metal. Eventually by 4pm we had 16 smallies, missed several, we weren't even fishing for them. We caught about 100 perch from 2" Yes 2", to 11.5". Many times it was tough to tell if you had a fish or was just snarbulated.Most others we saw caught nothing to a precious few fish.

Saw guys with topwater stuff when the bite was like 30 ft deep. You could see some cruising but they were negative feeders. Biggest was 16.5", man they fight hard. Never took a pic, wind and clouds are your friend up there. Just another great day in paradise-;D
 

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Nicely done! We ended up fishing Steve's Cousin's Lake and caught close to 100 again. Biggest crappie was 14 1/4" and a 21" Wiper. Zero rain with a slight breeze. Weather people are never right.
 

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Nicely done! We ended up fishing Steve's Cousin's Lake and caught close to 100 again. Biggest crappie was 14 1/4" and a 21" Wiper. Zero rain with a slight breeze. Weather people are never right.
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we went to a town, some walleye, all short but one some perch.didnt venture to far because of the wind prediction but all the walleye were caught were you told me the perch were, go figure the perch came from out infant of the boat ramp
 

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we went to a town, some walleye, all short but one some perch.didnt venture to far because of the wind prediction but all the walleye were caught were you told me the perch were, go figure the perch came from out infant of the boat ramp
Ya just never know-
 
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