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It's been quite a start to the day. Walleyes, sauger, crappie, smallmouth bass and northern pike have all answered the early morning wake-up call at our first stop at an island we nicknamed Eagle Island. Sharon Gusick, owner of Pine Sunset Lodge is guiding our journey today. We are off to a great start. Then as the sun rises in the sky, we make a short trip to Sandbar Island. Another great decision. We begin hooking walleye after walleye. The action is great so I decide to get some video. As I am recording my wife Jill catching a walleye in Sharon's boat, I notice Stacey getting ready for more action in our boat. She allows the fish to take the bait and then she leans back into a stiff hook set. The line peels off her reel. "I don't think that's a walleye," Sharon says as she directs Stacey to just let the fish go where it wants. Sure enough, the ensuing fight produces a beautiful 37" northern pike that could not resist the jig and minnow combination. S P E C I A L A D V E R T I S I N G S E C T I O N {continued} Written by Brian Rasmussen, co-publisher, Insight Publications

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