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delta hunter

good night!!!

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The eye bite was hot tonight! I ended up catching 13 eyes in a hour and a half. Most eyes were in the 13-16 inch range with 4 eyes ranging from 20-23 inch range. Fished a creek inlet in about 6fow, didn't really matter what I put down the hole they were biting on everything. Hopefully they stay hot until next weekend!!

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nice job...so your not going to tell us where huh?

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sorry not this time!!! Need to keep this spot to myself.

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I`ll bet I know where the hot spot is ? Don`t worry though, I won`t give it away here. Wish I could get more time to go fishing. Season will be over soon and my work just never ends. confused.gif

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delta hunter, congrats on the great find. smile.gif

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Jim- sorry to say but its not the spot that you are thinking about.

Got a good feeling this week is going to be really good for fishing with these warm temps. The only thing that is going to stink is that the lakes might get a little sloppy!

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So you just hide the good spots when I come with?

Nice job man, I'm out of commision for the year, had surgury tuesday, well at least I'll take this weekend off, maybe next weekend I'll be back.

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Nice work. Keep after 'em. You've got 7 days left. smirk.gif

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