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    Thanks G

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    Prettiest place I ever been . Hunted as a guest of the Cheyenne reservation about 38 years ago . Hunted valley between wolf mountain and little big horn . With a name like Lame Deer Montana it had to be good . My college room mate was from there .I have always herd how Alaska was better but can only imagine anywhere being better . Tried to get my wife to move there but she gets cold if you open the refrigerator very long .
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    Very nice catch
    And with that, I'll see you on the water...
    John
    Remember to take your kids fishn'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony the Tiger View Post
    I don't know about the fishing up there but I know y'all have some great hunting
    We have 50+ lakes in 100 mile area with crappie, perch, bass, small mouth and pumpkin seeds.

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    Whiptail, do you have any pictures of burbot (aka poor man's lobster)? I don't think you have any burbot west of the Divide, but for those who have eaten them, they're even better than crappie or walleye for taste. I'd post a picture, but the last time I really got into them was ice fishing at Clark Canyon in 1981. I did catch one this past summer, but didn't take a pic. We ate brookies, cutbows, crappie, bluegills, blue cat, but everybody's favorite was the burbot. For the uninitiated, burbot are slimy and look more like an eel than a regular fish.

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    You had me at walleye & crappie....great pics !!
    crappie down !

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