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Square tails and fried spuds

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Western Ghost

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Out with a buddy at his place west of Sudbury on Lake X,for some square tail action. Literally smoked them on the water,when the ice went out. Using light action rods and worms close to shore. Average weight 2-3 lbs,a few 4 lbers.

Then it was time for a few wobbly pops and a lot of square tail steaks,spuds and molasses beans! Then it was a like being in that great movie "Blazing Saddles",
around the camp fire,rippin all night! L.M.A.O!

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wideopenthrottle

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grew up on Lake of the Woods (kenora) never heard the term square tails before so i had to look it up...no wonder....i didnt hear much about Brook trout fishing up there...do they still stock splake out there anymore?

when i searched it took me to a forum with a pic of a guy named "outback" is that you?
 
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