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    Default See what I caught at Harding Lake!

    Well for two days effort all I had was one good bite and one of these!Doughnut.jpg

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    Is that doughnut glazed? Pretty funny Ron.

    Fishing was an A for effort?

    As you already know, Feb and March r not easy months for the vertical grind.
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    LMAO! Good One!
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlcanRon View Post
    Well for two days effort all I had was one good bite and one of these!Doughnut.jpg
    Hey that looks like a few good bites
    There's a fine line between fishing....

    and standing on the shore like an idiot! ALLEN BRADLEY-TANGLE LAKES ADVOCATE/FANBOY

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    if it was easy, it wouldnt be called HARD ing lake eh?

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    too bad there isn't an emoticon that looks like Homer Simpson!

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    Hard times for sure. My hard headed self will be right back out there this weekend. Even getting to spot is hard now with the snow conditions on the lake.

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    I like Harding, only fished it once, and much like yourself had one hit all day, It was a nice one though.
    it's good day trip close to town.

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    If this is another identify the species thread I would have to go with a Krispy Kreme/Duncan hybrid.

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    like i saw on a bumper sticker "fishing is incessent anticipation followed by perpetual disapointment. at least hard water has been for me this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stihl_header View Post
    If this is another identify the species thread I would have to go with a Krispy Kreme/Duncan hybrid.
    They are known to travel in packs of a baker's dozen.A very important tip...especially in alaska they exhibit lemming like qualities going one after the other into certain danger(Mouths)
    There's a fine line between fishing....

    and standing on the shore like an idiot! ALLEN BRADLEY-TANGLE LAKES ADVOCATE/FANBOY

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    That is funny Ron. I get back between trips to the slope and am expecting to see some pics of nice lakers from Harding posted here. Nothing! Nada! C'mon guys, they are just waiting to be caught. All you have to do is reel them up. LOL Ahhh, yes, the pursuit of the elusive Harding laker. Welcome to the club.

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    When are you going to be able to get back out there?

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