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Offline Kyle

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Dirty Thirty
« on: 09/14/18 09:42 UTC »
Some of you may be familiar with my little buddy Wyatt - the 9 year year old fishing phenom featured on the inside cover of this year's catalog.  This past summer Wyatt cracked a new personal best 30.25" Walter at Lake of the Woods.   :o 

Anyone following the world of walleyes knows Lake of the Woods has been kicking out some amazing fish this summer.  The AIM Walleye Championship and National Walleye Tour Championship were both recently held there this past month. 

Aim's catch photo release format saw 10 teams over 2 days bring over 80lbs of walleyes to the scales on their best 10 fish.   :o


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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #1 on: 09/14/18 09:52 UTC »
Hot darn that's a keeper. Congrats Wyatt.

LOW is one beautiful body of water and has fish on the big side of many species. But that one is a dandy summer fish for certain.

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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #2 on: 09/14/18 11:44 UTC »
I'm 70 years old and never caught one that big!! Way to go Wyatt

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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #3 on: 09/14/18 12:08 UTC »
Go gettem Wyatt.

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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #4 on: 09/14/18 16:27 UTC »
My great Grandson's name is Wyatt. I see he's in good company.

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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #5 on: 09/14/18 20:11 UTC »
That’s a heck of a fish
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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #6 on: 09/14/18 20:49 UTC »
Wyatt, the fishing "Prodigy". Good job young man!

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Re: Dirty Thirty
« Reply #7 on: 09/15/18 07:54 UTC »
  Nice catch Wyatt !  Lake of the Woods is my all time favorite lake to fish. My plans are when I retire is to rent a cottage up there for the summer at least for one year. It's one beautiful lake. I'll be getting a Lake Master chip for that area for sure for my Humminbird.