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    Was a great day caught 10 or so char my lady pulled out the two biggest 20 and 23
    Fish on!!!!!!!!!

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    How thick was the ice? Any pics ?
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    Nice fish ! Thanks for the ice report too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Brown View Post
    When holding fish way out there to make them look big for a photo, you're not supposed to give the actual length....Just saying...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker Taker View Post
    When holding fish way out there to make them look big for a photo, you're not supposed to give the actual length....Just saying...lol
    I don't understand ya my wife don't have to fake big fish pics unlike sum others I've seen here these were nice char

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Brown View Post
    I don't understand ya my wife don't have to fake big fish pics unlike sum others I've seen here these were nice char
    Reread the post I quoted....you have a really good sense of humor! I'll bet you are a real hoot to be at the lake with!

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    dang already! Nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKnook View Post
    dang already! Nice job.
    Did you get beat to the punch for icing at "windy lake"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker Taker View Post
    When holding fish way out there to make them look big for a photo, you're not supposed to give the actual length....Just saying...lol
    I thought it was funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Brown View Post
    Was a great day caught 10 or so char my lady pulled out the two biggest 20 and 23
    Fish on!!!!!!!!!

    awesome!! great report, thanks for sharing. Those are some healthy fish!
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    Trooper said we was the first also no holes in sight very clear ice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Brown View Post
    Trooper said we was the first also no holes in sight very clear ice
    that's awesome, always nice to be the first out there, won't be to long though before the masses start to arrive

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    Did you get beat to the punch for icing at "windy lake"?
    LOL. I never try to be first I just don't hear reports this early. I usually fish it in December. Jonsing to get out. Maybe this weekend....

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    Laker taker wasn't trying to be mean, you had 12 inches written underneath the picture with the fish. It confused me a little at first too, but then I'm easily confused. It's obviously a nice fish. Well done and thanks for the report!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Brown View Post

    Nice fish Have you ever caught burbot out of there? Me and a buddy were thinking about maybe trying for burbot there in a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllAlaskan View Post
    Nice fish Have you ever caught burbot out of there? Me and a buddy were thinking about maybe trying for burbot there in a few weeks.
    I haven't fished that lake in recent years, but a few years ago, burbot was all we fished for through the ice there. and judging by that Rock to the left and behind the Lady, we'd drill a line of holes out across the lake from that rock. Put a set in each hole, then the boys and I would hike up and over the hill and hunt snow shoe hare. Returning with a few hare in the pack, we'd pick up our sets and go home and the wife would cook us up a batch of poor man's lobster with the burbot we brought home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old John View Post
    I haven't fished that lake in recent years, but a few years ago, burbot was all we fished for through the ice there. and judging by that Rock to the left and behind the Lady, we'd drill a line of holes out across the lake from that rock. Put a set in each hole, then the boys and I would hike up and over the hill and hunt snow shoe hare. Returning with a few hare in the pack, we'd pick up our sets and go home and the wife would cook us up a batch of poor man's lobster with the burbot we brought home.
    That sounds like a great idea! I assume you can leave the lines unattended there? Both my friend and I both love to hunt for rabbit (we are going this weekend as a matter of fact lol) so that sounds like a good idea lol.

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    please don't set set lines in long lake, it has only a small population of burbot and lake trout and gets alot of pressure because its right on the road. Set lines could seriously damage both populations and the way I read the regs are not legal for lakes in southcentral.

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    according to the regs the sets have to be closely attended

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