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palisade1kid

fish'n vs catch'n

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We hit Round for some great eye action last night.

Boy was it slow & the conditions were tough.

Speed and boat control is everything working plastics on jigs.

I fought it all night ,yet we still caught 20 or so and had a great fresh eye dinner.

Then we got up early and hit my crappie lake.

The docks did not produce as they have been.

The wind was strong so we changed tactics and hit it's river.

Bingo!

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We took 3 from that spot and moved along.

Nothing was schooled.

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It was 1 here and 1 there,then we found some nice gills.

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Those anchors sure did get lifted today.We coved a ton of structure to find these gems.

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Mike got into the action with the biggest slab of the day.

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Mallard even snookered this rocky.

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We had a great time ,but it was most definitly a day to work for them.

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We did not get many small ones ,but the ones we caught were well worth the chore of finding them.

Check out this vid of Mallard.

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http://s65.photobucket.com/albums/h209/palisade1kid/?action=view&current=Picture230.flv

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