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Old 01-24-2009, 06:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Its never to cold. This is my brother on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. He has a lake home in Northern MN that produces Bass and Crappie, Sunfish and Perch in summer, however with 10,000 lakes and hundreds of rivers and the best fishery south of Canada, here's two carp he caught jig spooning for Walleye and Northern on the river while his Son in law was in the spear house nearby. Fun stuff through the ice.






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Where is the boat?
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Old 01-24-2009, 07:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I guess you practice your skip cast when the water is hard as that is.
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:47 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The only time it will be too cold is when **** freezes over!!!!!!!!!! Killer pics!!! Carp fight like champs!!!
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is he eating them..........
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Wow, those are some real pretty gold fish, where are all the strawhats / cane poles, if the action is so good? I have heard the way to cook Gafelda fish is to boil it for 3 days?
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Many times the DNR (Division of Natural Resources) totally poisons lakes in minnesota and restocks with game fish. They do it to get rid of carp. But car will go way back up into farm field drainage tile where there kind find enough oxygen to survive and eventually come back. I don't believe there's a wanton waste law on Carp in Minnesota.

Anyone ever eaten carp? I did once when I was 12. Had to try it. It only took once to realize I never wanted to try again.

He's been catching 12" perch which is a huge perch. They rival Walleye in taste and yes they eat em but like I said, "Unlike CA they really do have 10,000 lakes." The state put a lot of money into the fisheries and people travel from all over the world to fish it. The lakes have more fish now than when I was a kid.





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Where is the boat?
All 8 of his boats are in storage,



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for me personally, its when the water is frozen. I just dont see ice fishing as something I want to do. But up untill that point you will see me out on the water
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