shorthairsrus

Playing hooky on Monday July 1

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Did the 360 round trip mile trip to the hook wasn't worth it the fish are scattered took all day to scratch a limit worth keeping. Cranks and btm bounced One fish over 20 no other big ones. Wish I could of had more time to find the big ones the keepers we got we're in that 15fow the toss backs we're deeper anywhere from 17 to 30. The high water you-all have is now a determent imo. I fish ultra shallow without success.

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  1. Duckslayer100's Avatar
    Didn't have to go to work and managed a limit of eyes by the end of the day? And it wasn't worth it?

    I need to raise my bar, apparently! Sounds about perfect to me!!

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  2. jdinny's Avatar
    haha no shit huh duckslayer. what a waste of a day working for those walleyes.

    it cant be all that bad I see the guides from Devils lake are starting to rape van hook as well???

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  3. guywhofishes's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by jdinny
    haha no shit huh duckslayer. what a waste of a day working for those walleyes.

    it cant be all that bad I see the guides from Devils lake are starting to rape van hook as well???
    no kidding?

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  4. jdinny's Avatar
    yeah saw a facebook post from percheyes guide service guiding on lake sak think it was more mid section deepwater/ hills but arent they from devils?

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  5. jdinny's Avatar
    also some loose reports from guides from SD/oahe making there way up this is all from facebook so the credibility may not be there

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  6. jdinny's Avatar
    yep perch eyes i just went to there post . indian hills. apparently they are leting you pick your lake and they will guide for you.

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  7. guywhofishes's Avatar
    I’d probably chase easy money too

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  8. guywhofishes's Avatar
    *easier
    (guiding seems like a GRIND to me)

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  9. jdinny's Avatar
    absoluety money wise and im sure with the way sak is many people from out of state would rather go there anyhow but isnt there a pride thing that even though the bite may be better west you grind it out on your home water?? idk obviously pride doesnt pay the bills but i just sit and smile when the going gets tough the tough go west isnt that the saying?? haha

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  10. catchineyez's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by jdinny
    absoluety money wise and im sure with the way sak is many people from out of state would rather go there anyhow but isnt there a pride thing that even though the bite may be better west you grind it out on your home water?? idk obviously pride doesnt pay the bills but i just sit and smile when the going gets tough the tough go west isnt that the saying?? haha
    Who said it was tough on Devils? Plenty of fish being caught right now. The trips that were guided out there were booked a year in advance with clients that have been coming to Devils Lake for 10+ years and wanted to try Sak. If you think a guide is “raping” the hook I think you’re better off blaming the hundreds of boats out there every day.

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  11. guywhofishes's Avatar
    and awaaaay we go

    (Gleason voice)

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  12. jdinny's Avatar
    uff da i touched a nerve...i think it is funny how DL guide service brick and mortar shop i assume maybe im wrong is offering guided fishing trips on sak. funny thats all. if read my poast yeah i get it its all about the bottom line .
    I guess the raping comment comes from there last 2-3 facebook posts are about sak not DL cleary wanting everyone to know they guide on sak...if there doing what you say there doing would they advertise via facebook or just take repeat customers out......seems to me there taping into the honey hole which again I don't care.

    as far as DL and being tough I don't know and personally don't care but if the fishing was HOTT would they really be driving 100+ miles, paying gas, lodging, meals etc....yeah I don't think so its all about the bottom line

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  13. sdwxman's Avatar
    My Lake is better than your lake! Stay away! Bwaaahhhh

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  14. jdinny's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sdwxman
    My Lake is better than your lake! Stay away! Bwaaahhhh
    you said it not me hahaha

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  15. tikkalover's Avatar
    Ha ha, they do the same shit when the perch fishing is non existent on DL. Go ice fishing at Antelope when the bite is hot there and on any given day you can count 10 to 15 guide rigs from DL there.

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  16. jdinny's Avatar
    and honestly the only reason I saw it was there post came across facebook, along with a post from some of the "local" guides ( I cant remember who even posted it but leibels name was on it, lattendresse, folden etc basically saying hire local if you want a trip from sak so its obviously getting their attention as well.

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  17. shorthairsrus's Avatar
    Don't read into the title to much. I luv going to Sak and the lake is beautiful. How did this turn to guides

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  18. guywhofishes's Avatar
    it’s the NDA way.... and I prefer it

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  19. jdinny's Avatar
    haha its guys fault and mine haha. i made a comment about DL guides raping sak--poor choice of verbage sorry.. then he asked me really and i provided him proof....
    sorry to derail this report very very badly
    and the waves are in fact bigger on sak……..

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  20. Trip McNeely's Avatar
    Guides=expensive prostitutes without getting to crank your shaft. Reminds me of the time one of blanchfields guides wandered off his reservation chasing juvies one spring. They even set up in an unharvested burnt durum field. Windy day, we undercut the flight in a canola field and 2 of us proceeded to shoot 109 birds while the guide and clients watched with peckers in hand..... yep Eric that was me in that canola field that crushed “your” birds heading to that “baited” field you set up in.

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