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    Honda Big Red

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    How come there isn’t anything being said about the game now hawk fans?

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    I was out last week on the East Fork of Des Moines and they bit really good on leopard frogs

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    I use Gamakatsu 6/0. I only plan on catching fish up to fifteen pounds so if you’re planning for bigger fish then you’d need a bigger hook

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    I am also a Bears fan. I will agree that Cutler is a whining baby at times but can make some pretty awesome plays. I was really thinking the Bears would get a free agent WR but it’s looking like a lot of the potential free agents are have signed with other teams. I think that would help Cutler out a ton. We’ll see, there’s still a couple left.

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    I’m not exactly sure on the amount of poles. I think if it’s the same as set lines it’s 15 sets? Anyway for bank poles I cut small trees 6-7 ft. that are flexible and jam them in the mud. Then put on 5 or 6 ft. of line with a hook. I don’t use any weight. I’ve always just used leopard frogs for bait but I know people use different things whatever the preference may be.

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    in reply to: Ethanol. WTH?!?! #1893891

    Well planting corn on corn year after year isn’t as easy and stupid as it may look. You still need to put fertilzer and nitrogen into the soil or whatever else the ground needs to be able to plant the corn. You’re not just stripping it from all of its nutrients. Plus corn is a lot tougher to weather compared to beans and the bushels per acre is a lot higher and that’s another reason they do it. I don’t necessarily think the farmers are ruining the ground by planting corn year after year.

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    in reply to: Ethanol. WTH?!?! #1893937

    Until the government will pay as much money per acre for CRP as a farmer can make from corn or beans, people aren’t going to plant CRP. And that will most likely never happen.

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    in reply to: Questions!! #1897057

    I’m personally a fan of leopard frogs. They have always seem to do well for me. I have used bluegills but for some reason frogs do better for me.

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    in reply to: bank lines #1901470

    I’m not sure on the size of PVC to use. I just cut small trees 5-6 foot and tie 70-80lb test on the end of it with about 5-6 feet of line. I don’t use a weight on mine and have had a lot of luck with that. The trees work really well because they are very flexible.

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    It’s hard saying. I would guess that they are probably in the general area still, but just aren’t biting till the light level gets low. Although I caught ten on Sunday in the middle of the day so I don’t know what the deal was there. But I’d still keep hitting the streams entering the river and see what happens.

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    Look for a place where the creek enters the rivers and fish the break in the current. Walleyes should be sitting there waiting for food

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    Went out last night north of Humboldt on the East Fork. Very slow bite. Caught 3 small walleyes and a couple carp.

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    i heard they have really been hammering them by Bradgate though

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    hey dday51. I went out on the east fork on Monday and caught a 30 inch northern and a 17 inch walleye. Missed a few too. Bite was kind of slow though. The east fork has gone down quite a bit and is very fishable now.

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