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perry p

Annandale area Bassin'

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perry p

My son and I chased bass on Pleasant lake yesterday afternoon with some nice success. Our biggest was 16", but the grand finale was catching and releasing this 35" pike weighing @ 12-13 lbs. We were jig worming, so it's a miracle she didn't cut my line. She's my second largest fish to date.full-45113-33997-826b.jpg

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hydro

Nice fish for both of you. Looks like you guys had a great time!

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Rick G

Great pics, looks like a successfull outing smile

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thats all i do

nice fish

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BartmanMN

Nice pictures. Looked like a good one.

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jigginjim

Perry, good seeing you, nice fish.

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perry p

Thanks for all the nice compliments! I really enjoy this website. Jim, it was good to see you also. I must say, I really enjoy fishing the Annandale area.

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bturck

Great fish, but even better than that; dad taking his young son fishing, those memories are priceless and will stay with him for life.

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perry p

Thank you so much for the compliments! I am spending more time on this website than any other. The boat would seem very empty without my son in it. He is my life. We will not live the life depicted in the song "Cats in the Cradle". We have had a great season so far!

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mattpaumen

Nice job Perry and son! The memories you're creating now will last a lifetime! I look back on my childhood and many of my best memories were of days I spent in the boat with my father or grandfather. Neither of you will forget those! Thanks for sharing!

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perry p

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My son, Wyatt, and I spent Father's Day on Cedar lake near Annandale. He smacked this bass on his first cast!

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mattpaumen

Nice job, Wyatt! Thanks for sharing with us!

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