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SAL season #14589535 01/08/23 02:22 AM
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Surprisingly slow start based on the monsters they were catching last fall. Maybe need some more cold weather to trigger the big bite??

For those of you paying 2k for a fish of a lifetime, how was your experience? Seems like the hottest western lake has slowed for the moment.


Last edited by Minner Bucket; 01/08/23 03:21 PM.
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Re: SAL season [Re: Minner Bucket] #14589542 01/08/23 02:27 AM
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If you read what he advertises for 2k itโ€™s not to catch a fish of a lifetime but an education on FFS. A big fish is just a bonus.

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