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    Default I am getting the Walleye fever bad...

    Its still miserable with the ice storm yesterday and the raw wind today, but the mornings light is earlier and the evening light in later. I having difficulty concentrating on things as I find myself daydreaming about spring fishing with big fish. I just keep thinking that hopefully in two months or a bit less, we can be out there.
    What about everyone else?

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    Absolutely, cant wait to get out with some customers and help them catch those big wall hangers. The thrill of bringing in a 12 lb fish never gets old and there will be some coming aboard this spring for sure. Show us your big fish pictures everyone so we can dream about the spring. give me a call for your chance at yours this year.
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    Capt Sam "Porkchop" Downing
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    2017 Northriver seahawk 25. 30' long w/yamaha 300 and 9.9 kicker, Minn-kota ulterra 112 w/i-pilot. full garmin electronics package including 12" gps and chirp sonar, radar with satellite weather and radio, autopilot for main engine and TR1 autopilot for kicker has a private porta potti and seating for 8 under the roof.
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    Here is my personal best. Just a bit over 13#Name:  13#.jpg
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    Man, that is one big fish!
    Bruce

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    Bruce? Yeah that is a great fish.Lake flat as glass.Must have been a great day to fish.I tried to have my IT girl at work show me how to attach pictures to my treads without success.Can anyone illustrate how I can attach a picture to my reply with my droid phone.

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    Thats a super thing Bob. I had a couple of high school kids try to figure out how to post pictures and they could not do it either. I await instructions so I can post some of my little 16" fish that I catch.

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