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michaelpettersen82

hey ck i need some help.....

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we are going to big sandy this weekend, and ive talked to you before so i know your darn near an expert out there. bye the way nice fish on your mixed bag post, hope we can do the same. Just looking for a spot close to the army corp of engineers campground to start fishing, first timer to the lake so i dont really know to much about it besides what ive read from you and a few others.Not exactly looking for a hot spot just a good, close spot to start fishing. also wondering what times are the best,depth,color,bait ect. if you dont want to post it and want to email that would be awesome too. I just want my wife to be intrested fishing so hopefully we get some, my email is michaelpettersen82@gmail.com. thanks alot for any help it would be greatly appreciated.

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I've sent you an email.

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thanx alot ck, iwe you some beers

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No beer for me,how about we just go fishing sometime.

I'll await your call.I'll need to walk you through were to get to those fish.

Call me I'm free.

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Too bad you never got up with me Michael.

We spanked those eyes one after another fri.night&sat.

I waited as long as I could before I had to make other plans.

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We hit BS on Monday and looky what we ran into.

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We even snagged a few smallies.

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what did you catch the crappies on? was the walleye on BSL or on Lard? nice smallie - do you catch many on BSL? thanks ck!

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I tie my own hair jigs for those crappies and they plus the bass were caught on BSL,the eyes are coming from Round.

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Bass on BSL?????

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you bet there are.

It's tough to find them though.

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