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Date Submitted: Fri Apr 18 2008
Location: Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Mexico
State: Other
Fish: Sailfish

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Rob Greenland
Kaysville
Ice Fishing
Bemidji, MN
Forum Responses:

Woodruff Narrows Reservoir and River
Does anyone know anything about this lake and the river coming out of it? I did a search and was only able to find a post fr...
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Re: [sagedave] No more reports?
One problem may be the Premium Member Reports. In order to keep in good standing you have to submit a report or reply every so of...
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Re: [catchinon] Fishing carts
Google "Fishing Cart" then look at all the images. Ton's to choose from, one should fit your needs. A lot of choices in wheels....1...
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Smallest Fly I ever fished - big payoff.
Due to my eyesight I rarely fish with anything smaller than a 14-16 size fly. Also, I guess I have been pretty stubborn ...
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Re: [kentofnsl] Snowmobile vs ATV with tracks for ice fishing?
Kent, Not sure if I am of any use - I know next to nothing about machines, but own two wheelers an...
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Blackfoot Res?
Has anyone been up to Blackfoot Reservoir? Never been, but considering a trip. Any info would be great. Can you take snowmobiles? Thanks
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Re: [wormandbobber] Tiger Trout - Best Place?
Thanks for the info! North or South - if it has ice...I have a Snowmobile....anywhere is worth a shot. I don't usua...
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Porcupine Conditions?
Does anyone know if you can drive up to the lake or is that road too snow packed so you have to park at the bottom of the dam and hike up? ...
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Tiger Trout - Best Place?
I have not been able to get into Tiger Trout for a few years and was wondering where the best place to go would be to catch them throug...
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Re: [Twag1234] Farmington pond
Safe Ice. My son and friends fish it often. They have gotten to the point of not taking much tackle with them. On that pond all yo...
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