frostbite fishing at home

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finsntins
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frostbite fishing at home

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fished a local lake here at home last week,not only is frostbite fishing unheard of here,most boats are off the lake by Columbus weekend
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wound up with four salmon andjust the one laker,lakers are a lot darker here than they are in champ!!!!!

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C-Hawk
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Re: frostbite fishing at home

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Looks great Jason, maybe you'll start something out there!

Gecha (Gerry)
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Re: frostbite fishing at home

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Thanks for your post Jason.
Nice color on that laker.
Hope others will follow and start a new trend there too.
Gecha (Gerry North of the Border)

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fishy1
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Re: frostbite fishing at home

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not many true frostbiters around and now its deer season. best time to fish is now and more challenging this time of year even from shore. that laker has close colors to its char cousin speckled trout love it thanks for the pic. keep fishing

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