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First trip of the year.

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Call me crazy, obsessed, or just plane nuts!, but I want a 14 pounder. Muskegon Lake open up after the weekend warm spell, and the boys wanted to try it, so I said sure. The air temp was 31 deg. The water temp was 32.4 deg. and the sky was snowing, and blowing! Unfortunately the fish where not snapping as I had hoped. We landed 3 Walleye, as well as 1 pike. Two where twin 8 ponders, and the other a 3 pounder. The boat now sits in the barn covered in ice, snow, and road slush. I believe we are done for the season.

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Awesome. Did a double take, thought possibly you were ice fishing at first. But I don't know anyone who uses walker DRs to ice fish with. Great walleyes!:thumb:

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I have been out like that in October, rain /snow(1/2") in the boat. couple of walleyes but I not that nuts anymore. I'll push ice in the spring if I have too. Only because its warmer .

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Man, I love fishing, but there's no way I'd be out there in those conditions. That will give you shrinkage just looking at the pictures!

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Nice pictures Tim! :thumb:

That will give you shrinkage just looking at the pictures!

^^^:lol:

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Man, I love fishing, but there's no way I'd be out there in those conditions. That will give you shrinkage just looking at the pictures!

Where both after that same thing. There is a state record fish coming from that lake one of these days.

Nice shots Tim.

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