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Postby LilP.D. River Rat » Sat Aug 09, 2008 4:42 pm

A budyy and I went for a few hours this morning. It was a cool, beautiful morning. The fish did not eat it up but we did manage 9 or 10 (I suffer from some-timers. Sometimes it is most-timers). Here are a few pics:

Jarrette with the average size fish of the day


3-14 (long and skinny fish)


4-11 (fat, chunky fish)


another view

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Postby Dux-n-Dawgs » Mon Aug 11, 2008 9:48 am

Good to see some water in that flow again.

I need a few of those for some cull fish to get rid of those pair of 1-pounders I got.

Got the boat back ..... we need to talk .... we fishing in the first week of Sept??????
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Postby BasserDrew » Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:43 pm

You're on a roll lil PD, nice work!
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