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    Default seventeen mile lake

    i have never fished this lake is it a good lake to go to

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    That's last report I received. Was all that were caught were smaller fish. But that was early in the day I don't know what they did later. Hopefully he'll chime in and let us know
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    Used to be a awsome lake to go to. Go try it out and you shouldn't be dissapointed

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    thanks guys i will try it this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by 900fusion View Post
    That's last report I received. Was all that were caught were smaller fish. But that was early in the day I don't know what they did later. Hopefully he'll chime in and let us know
    same was caught in the evening all smaller talked to an ol timmer that was heading in he had a 12 inch dolley nothing we caught was over 13 all bows was hopen to find
    sum bigger gotta go back and try it again mabey off the island or something the snow was pretty deep and the friends that came with us brought to big a hut to not have a machine so we didnt get that far across next time im bringing my 600 FISH ON!!!!!!

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    Are there Lakers in 17 mile?
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    Right on Jason. Thanks for the report. This weekend we are going to hit a couple lakes in the valley.
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    im ready for sum of those toothy guys down kgb snow machine needs the cobb webs blown out too

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    We thought about that to but not to sure on where to go. So we opted to go after pig bows
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    can you drive all the way to the lake or do you have to walk in and can you get a wheeler out there

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    yeah you can and u can get a wheeler the snow was pretty deep like 8 to 10 inches with alittle overflow but its prob ok FISH ON!!!!!

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    Ha! Good luck getting a wheeler out on that lake. You'd be lucky to get anywhere. Snows way to deep I believe. A snowmachine would be the better way to go...."fishon"

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    thanks guys im going to give it a try

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    bob your full of it a wheeler will make it just fine your to use to the jet boat

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    do dolley like shrimp or do you need something eles i have only fished for bows

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    Yeah go ahead and use a wheeler that way the rest of us that are enjoying the great outdoors or hauling our freight to the cabin can "ENJOY YOUR RUTS" I just love it when all the wheelers come out to Figure Eight or Flathorn after an 8 inch snow fall! Then they all sqwak about there rights if you say something............ Townies, cant live with em and you cant live with em!

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    i would take my horse but she might run off dont have a place to tie her down

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    At least you can eat a horse if your stranded!

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    ya but it not very good a little tuff

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    Let it age a couple of weeks and then it is managable! Horses are better than wheelers cuz they go down the trail in a straight line. no 360's and such. Unless the horse drinks to much Coors!

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