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Right place, right time is about persistence
By Kurt Krueger

WE HAD just found cooperative walleyes on a deep weed edge, my fishing partners coming up with the first double of the night, when two loons came swimming past at close range.
There was a tiny, young-of-the-year chick between them, one small enough to be less than a week old. They headed for the wooded shoreline, the sun illuminating those brilliant red eyes.
To the disdain of my fishing partners, I apologized and said the walleyes would have to wait. I couldn’t pass up this photo opportunity, or at least an attempt to see how close they’d let me get.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012 2:59 PM
 

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0 #1 2012-07-10 18:39
Is that about the time you decided you hate ATV'ers and would go to extreme lenghts to use your infuence as an Editor of the Mighty Vilas County Review to destroy any chance they might have in coming to the county? Or was it when you were hunting or growing up without one?
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