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Dahitman44

last night on Big C

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What a great night to be out. Everyone that did not make it out missed one of the most best days of the year.

I even saw my first bikini of the year! cool.gif

The weather was great and the fishing was fun. We hit some of the smaller bays on Big C had caught a variety of fish. Caught about 5 Largies -- one was nearly four pounds, one smallie that was about 2.25 pounds and snake and about 20 gills -- some were keepers.

We did not catch a crappie, but the friends of ours that hit a different area before us said they got 5 and one was nice. I guess they were hitting like crazy, but must have moved out.

Water temp was WARM. It was pushing 80 in the smaller bays.

zipped aound the bay a little and got some extra time on the motor. It was a blast.

Good times.

Hit.

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wow, the first Bikini Sighting!!! cool.gif

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Sweet!!!

And it was. cool.gif

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