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Noel Schmieg

Belle Plaine Or Jordan

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Hello Friends. i'm going to Jordan tonight fishing all ngiht. dose anyone out there know of any deep holes?i know of one that is like 18' or so, i'm going to use cut bait,smell bait, & geting like 20 bullheads.. if anyone is going out that way tongiht maybe see u out there. there is like 6 of us going down there tongiht camping soo maybe see u all out there

Thanks Noel

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Leon, welcome to FM!

Was that your crew under the bridge last night?

Sounds like you were having a lot of fun grin.gif

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Ya that was US. everyone gave up & i try my best there. i need to move up the river like 2 or 3 miles or something. we just got small fish & it suxs i fond the hole out there. i was use cut bait & that works realy good up by the U of M. down there i need to find new stuff to use tho. i'm maybe going back tongiht. or tomrow & try up the river. i went down river & it was low on that side & i should of been on the rock side. if u know anywhere good down there can u maybe let me know

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