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Shinners running in river!!!

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Read in the outdoor news that shinners are starting to run up the river is this true and how has fishing been out in the Gap? if so are there shinners already avaialable at bait shops to buy? will be coming up sept 26th -oct 2nd and responses thanks in advance

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Give a call to log cabin bait store. If anyone knows the guy there will <><

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<><><><T---looks like lots of people reading, with not much replys.....

Later, B grin.gif

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The boat landing at Wheelers Point was full of trucks and trailers on Saturday....I thought that was interesting

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Shiners are definitely running. Nothing real big yet but there were some that I would bait up with coming past our dock a few minutes ago. Wicked north wind beating up the middle of the river so shiners are hugging the bank. The bite is kicking in and cooler temps the next few days should do nothin' but help!

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GoFishTom,

Where's the Beef!!! grin.gifwink.gifsmirk.gif (Pictures!)

Got to love those shiners. By the way; what kind of shiners do they have up there???

See ya at work.

GoneFishing grin.gif

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