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DeanoB

Wed 10/3

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well snuk off to little pond i know of this am, caught these fish plus smaller sunnies and a perch, and missed, broke off many more lm bass, as all i had was the 5' UL lightening rod with 4 lb floro, 1 real nice largie ran my spool to 5-10 wraps, i cranked him back with a tigtened drag to about 20-25 feet and he ran again and snapped the line shocked.gif um...i need to respool

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don't know whats up with the sizes of these pics,

any way 2" power grub with a black n red jig using a semi-fast-jig-n-fall retrieve, getting hit on the fall and uptake w/ a lil twitch or crank

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Awesome fish and report Deano,

Looks like some dandy gills there.

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Yeah, those gills look like real bulls!! It is always nice to find a place with fish like that in it that hopefully no one else knows about.

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ah the scrappy gills...it still amazes me what a fight these put up, especially the "bulls". wait till I get out to the crappie pond and post those pics (pigs), those fish will demolish a bucket of minnows faster than 3-4 guys can put away a bucket of chicken on game day... tongue.gif

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Nice fish Deano! I went out to silver lake for a few hours after work yesterday and only managed a 3 inch sunny! lol Water was pretty high and moving fast.

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