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The crappies are still biting but not as many comming through, just got back from there hopfully they will pick up this weekend.

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Heading out there tomorrow and Sunday afternoon if you care to join. Shoot me an email if you're interested.

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may be there sat or sun meeting deadhead on melissa sat morn if the flu doesn't get him. may try for some trout this weekend to

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so far so good.... I was thinking about hitting it up this morning, but it was a little nippy. Hopefully I can make it till tomorrow

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Got out there yesterday afternoon, caught about 15 or so but none over 11 inchers and alot of 8-9 inchers. Must have just dumped over a school of small ones. Hope to find the big ones on Sunday, looking for a couple to put on the wall.

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peter what time you going? call me tomorrow

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Sorry Dead, didn't see the post. You didn't miss much. Give me a shout, I'm thinking of heading out Friday night and/or one day this weekend if you're available.

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It's allright Peter, I was busy at home anyway.

I'm looking at early Saturday morning, might meet up with panman to cover some area. Are you in?

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