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Footage from my First Trip to Aurora Reservoir

Post By: kiva      Posted: 8/12/2020 7:47:27 PM     Points: 106    
Here is some footage from my first visit to Aurora Reservoir. It got really hot and I was off the lake by 1. Enjoy!
Kiva

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 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Aug. 12, 9:36:52 PM     Points: 8170    
Ain't it a blast? Fun . . .fun . . .FUN.
 Reply by: dizzel      Posted: Aug. 12, 9:51:15 PM     Points: 23798    
Very cool video, that mudflapper at the end was mad lol
 Reply by: footmaster      Posted: Aug. 12, 11:02:34 PM     Points: 9    
Way to break her in! Congrats!
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Aug. 13, 6:22:18 AM     Points: 8170    
Makes me think I need to run some cranks on the downrigger . . . . .
 Reply by: kiva      Posted: Aug. 13, 12:38:36 PM     Points: 106    
Thanks Hawaiian Punch! Cranks on lead core seemed to work well.
 Reply by: Mike8484      Posted: Aug. 13, 12:43:23 PM     Points: 147    
"Probably a keeper if I stretched him out and pinched the tail"...I've said that at Aurora a time or two.
 Reply by: kiva      Posted: Aug. 13, 3:56:48 PM     Points: 106    
Iím Pretty proud of that craw dizzel....never caught one before on a crank bait. lol
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Aug. 13, 4:14:06 PM     Points: 8170    
I'm going to try cranks on downriggers and cranks on B.B.s
How fast were you going?
 Reply by: thrasher      Posted: Aug. 14, 9:42:46 PM     Points: 63    
Old Aurora saying: "Lotta 17" walleye in that lake"
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Aug. 15, 2:30:46 AM     Points: 8170    
17 & 7/8 . . . . .with the tail pinched . . . . . .still beats work . . . ."The tug is my drug"
 Reply by: kiva      Posted: Aug. 15, 7:27:03 PM     Points: 106    
Iím guessing there has to be some larger female walleyes somewhere in that lake.
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Aug. 16, 2:02:49 PM     Points: 8170    
You got sonar? Can you tell small fish from large fish on your sonar? Keep moving till you mark groups of large fish . . . .


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