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For the record, I have not felt even one ounce of anger from GFYODF's responses, nor should my posts be read with that tone or tenor in mind. Everything I have said has been in the spirit of fun debate. Tightlines... glad you got into some tonight.
 

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AOFisher said:
FISHAH0LIC said:
For the record, I have not felt even one ounce of anger from GFYODF's responses, nor should my posts be read with that tone or tenor in mind. Everything I have said has been in the spirit of fun debate. Tightlines... glad you got into some tonight.
Yeah, man, I refer to "anger" to poke fun at it. It's not meant to disparage anyone.

About the rocks: if someone guesses it, I'm fine with it. But please don't post the name. If I had gone to one of the big lakes that I plan to fish soon (Chatfield, Boulder Res and Cherry Creek), I would have disclosed the location. By the way, there are plenty of eater fish in those bigger fisheries, so there is no need to take fish from smaller lakes.
I completely agree. Did you get rained on?
 

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I have been waiting for my two favorite big fish spots to be ice free. Won't be long. I expect to see a couple of big females get caught in the next week or so! They always seem to come up shallow about ten days after the males?
 

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My wife says I have a problem with fish porn. Always looking at naked fish and drooling. Nice walleyes. ;D >:D O0
 

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I completely agree. Did you get rained on?
It didn't rain until we were driving back home. I had my hood up because there was a 10 to 15 mph wind and I forgot my hooded sweater. The wind was good for the walleye bite, but not so good on my ears.
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yep, I have noticed the wind being key lately
 

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Very nice!!

D.J.
 
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