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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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    I’m up in northern Iowa so I’m guessing if the temps stay up we should start to see them in a week or so. The trouble with that will be the weeds that come with the warmth too.

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    I can’t help it that all you viking fans are actually STILL viking fans. Vikings were an epic fail before the draft even started. And drafting Ponder probably didn’t help your chances at actually competing in the NFC North so I can see where there are a few upset fans with that. Someday they might be good, but i doubt it. BEAR DOWN!

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    in reply to: Red dot sight??? #1910931

    I have a vortex red dot scope on an 11-87. I’ve only had it for 2 years but would recommend it. The price of it is not outrageous. I have it sighted in at 100 yards. Anything out past 125 yards though, the dot seems to be a little big.

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    That’s like not smacking a mosquito that’s on your arm. That won’t do you any good either when there are millions of them around too. Just as well get rid of as many as you can

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    where im at the coons will eat them just as fast as u throw them on the bank

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    in reply to: BAITING #1918969

    I agree. Whether it’s planted or thrown into a pile and the deer come to it, I feel it’s basically the same thing.

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