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Hitman thanks for the spot.

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I tired that spot today you gave me and we got dozens upon dozens of eyes. just kidding actually. We got a baby bluegill and some snot rockets. I talked with some guys at the landing and they had picked up a few eyes earlier in the day. We took off when the rain started because my buddy didn;t want to sit in the rain. What a wuss. Oh well, I needed to drag him out and ask him to be my best man at my wedding. That lake has some good potential so I think it would be worth another look. We marked fish in the 26 foot hole and marked lots of bait fish with fish hanging around but of course we had leeches and crawlers not bait fish. thanks

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No problem, Paul. I wish I had some better info for you but that is all I have heard lately. I am sure the fishing will pick up this August. I hope to get through these golf tourney times and get the boat back this "weekish" so I can go out again.

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