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Offline DPatton

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South Dakota walleyes
« on: June 01, 2019, 12:15:57 PM »
Made the annual fishing trip to lake Francis Case South Dakota last week with the bil and nephew. We encountered lots of cold weather and rain (over 5 of rain), but managed to catch some eaters while we were there. 

A dozen walleye and sauger heading to the cleaning station.





A days catch of smallies and walleye.



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Bil with largest walleye of the trip.





Now after a traveling saw job Monday and short week back at work Im headed north again, this time to Devils Lake North Dakota. Stay tuned for more fish pics!

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Re: South Dakota walleyes
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2019, 01:31:43 PM »
Nice catch, sounds like a great fishing trip!
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Re: South Dakota walleyes
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2019, 03:15:37 PM »
   Good looking fish. I never caught them but like eating them.

   I took my 7 & 11 y/o granddaughters out yesterday and today to fish. Mostly we caught bait fish but I got a handful of eating size bream. The girls don't care what size they are as long as they bite quickly and they love jerking little green sunfish and small bluegills out of the rocks and it is a free for all with small fish flying everywhere. I have 60-70 little bream in a live bucket in the creek and may put some catfish lines out with them next week. Mostly the time with the kids was the best of times.
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