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KaseyT

smallmouth bass fishing?

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I'm a new user at FM but I have fished north of sartel for the past year. I can find tons of 12" fish. nothing bigger. anyone willing to share what they do for bigger fish?

On a side note this past friday I was launching my boat at the same time as 2 jet boats with the name blazer on the side. nice guys and slick looking crafts. One guy stopped for a moment to talk but I didn't get a chance to ask him about the boat. who carries them?

thanks and nice site. Kasey

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Kasey,

I had one of the two Blazer boats you saw, please drop me an e-mail guyscott2003@yahoo.com and I'll be glad to talk with you about them.

Thanks

Guy

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guyscott - I found a site that shows fiberglass bassboats, they make that type too?

I had some succes by the hospital from shore, just casting craws on a jig. again nothing bigger than 16".

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No fiberglass options....Fiberglass boats and shallow rivers with rocks isn't a good idea generally speaking.

Got to get up the creek to catch the better fish.

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Sorry Kasey I didn't get a chance to spend more time talking to you. We had people from Iowa waiting to go fishing. Guy is right. E-mail him and he can fill you in on the boat.

Did you go up to the rice bridge? That area is suitable for your boat and decent for smallie fishing. Cooler water temps mean one thing! Good fishing is ahead. cool.gif

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Sorry Kasey I didn't get a chance to spend more time talking to you. We had people from Iowa waiting to go fishing. Guy is right. E-mail him and he can fill you in on the boat.

Did you go up to the rice bridge? That area is suitable for your boat and decent for smallie fishing. Cooler water temps mean one thing! Good fishing is ahead.
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ok on mailing guyscott, great looking boat. we ckickened out on boating that far up, caught a few fish any way. thankx for the tips.

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