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Royce Aardahl

BK would be proud of my new live bait!

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Baby ducks are the ticket!! 19 incher

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Thats Awsome!

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Whats that "Shot 1969, bla bla" stuff mean?

Thats unreal. Wow!

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Not sure what that means. It popped up from image shack. I'll edit it out. Just kidding about the bait thing. I wouldn't hurt a baby duck smile.gif She puked it up.

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It never ceases to amaze me what one can finds down the gullet of a smallie.

What ever gets em' bigger.

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This is not the first time i've seen something like that. It's more common on LM Bass. I seen lodged ducklings, 2ft long garter snakes too still in the mouths.

In Florida them big bass eat baby crocs.

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I caught a largie that had a lil pike sticking out of it's throat. No ducks though. I saw all of those lil ducklings and wondered why one mama duck only had one baby. Now I know shocked.gif

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