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Hit the river again last night for some multispieces action. We got on the water about 8pm. First we started tossing some twister tails for some Smallies. They were hitting pretty good, but running small. We made the switch to tubes and the size of fish increased. Nothing really big but a few in the 15-17 inch range.

My buddy Greg with Smallie

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At dusk the started biting well, here are my two biggest of the night.

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After it got too dark to see where we were cating, we anchored up for some cats. Cut sucker in about 12 feet of water produced some action.

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After missing many bites, Greg finally gets his first fat belly Cat in the boat.

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Biggest one.

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All in all, it was a good night out on the river. I think I spoted some other FMers out there as well. I was in the 16ft Alumacraft.

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nice work! looks like a good time

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