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    Default sled load.

    Caught a Sled load today, and in about two hours between the two of us.

    Like usual, the fish were so big, we just tied them down, no tarp of bag needed, and we didnt drop one on the drive to OTZ.


    Learnd some new tricks today as well, and had quite a demonstration on 'Tecnique"
    5 paces away, a fella caught 27 fish, when I caught two. Same depth , same type lure.
    ~~LOL!!!~~ thats how it go's some times......but he had enough and went for his sled.

    Our fishing picked up untilll the sun was close to down, about 11 p now, and 30 fish of the average size ones were holding were our reward. Those are just off the top of the pile.


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    Default beautiful catch!

    that's just awesome. I could just imagine smoked sheefish. mmmmmmmmmmmm anyways thanks for the heads up.

    ROB

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    Dang! Sweet Catch. My mother just got back from there and brought 4 huge Sheefish home. She was pretty pumped about catching them, she had a great time while she was there.

    Fish On!
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    "Sweet" is the word.

    Tryed a while earlier today, with no results, but the tide will shift soon, and well get back at it soon, after dinner.......who knows, it may be better ~~LOL!!~~ Fishing.....
    If you can't Kill it with a 30-06, you should Hide.

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    Well, were done here, heading home.
    Got a nice sled load again yesterday but nothing notable.
    Got skunked myself today, and Agnes caught two...~~LOL!!~~ She caught First, Biggest and Most, our daily competiotion.
    sadly, it was like that everywhere we stopped.

    So thats 84 total between two of us over three days, and we traded off 1/2.,and have a piled high sled for the trail...... and got to meet a fellow board member as well, today.
    If you can't Kill it with a 30-06, you should Hide.

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