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Thaxz alot guys .... It's not a big fish but for this lake it's like 1 in 1000 to get a welleye

 

 

more like one in a million

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The last one ive seen caught was in the late eighties.

My lure and my bud using it! 8 plus pounds.glare.gif

Thats a nice one you have there TBC!

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does that lake have bluegill's?

I only ask as a lure idea to try to get more... :whistling:

 

 

Yeah but not alot .... You can fish all week and use all the lures you have and you still won't get a welleye from there I don't know y that is but it is lol there are not that meny eyes in there

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Yeah but not alot .... You can fish all week and use all the lures you have and you still won't get a welleye from there I don't know y that is but it is lol there are not that meny eyes in there

Check your PM in a few min... :whistling:

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Yeah but not alot .... You can fish all week and use all the lures you have and you still won't get a welleye from there I don't know y that is but it is lol there are not that meny eyes in there

 

oh they are there and interested in following your bait, but never to bitewallbash.gif

 

fish finder photo of what I had to deal with on numerous ocassions!wallbash.gif

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