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walleyematt

french or cear

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one of my buddys are comeing over 4 the weekens and im woundering if i should fish frenck or clear and where should i go and what should i use? thanks!!!!!!

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Is there a reason you're restricting yourself to those 2 bodies of water?

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yea couse i have a house on french and i live close to clear

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and im only 14 so i cant drive

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do u have to be [PoorWordUsage]????

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mean

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Uncalled for ScoutII.

Try the deep hole for some crappies on French. Not alot of fish but the size is respectable. Crappie minnows, look in 35-38 fow.

Good luck!

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Well, if you have a house on French, I'd think you're confidence would be on that body of water.

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