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Postby LilP.D. River Rat » Fri Jul 10, 2009 1:04 pm

Shakeyworm and I went toa local flow yesterday for a half day trip. The day started out ok with this nice double (3-8 and 2-8)



Shakeyworm caught this nice mudfish that flopped between10-13 and 11-3


Things slowed down after this with only a few smaller fish caught. The 3-8 was caught on topwater and everthing else was caught on soft plastics. All together I thing we managed7-8 bass, 1 mudfish, 1 redbreast, several hardheads, 1 garfish and also managed several warmouth/morgans on a texas rig…all caught in the mouth.

The water had quite a bit of sediment in it, typical after heavy rains that we recieved the night before. Even though we didn't catch a whole lot we still had a great time. It was a beautiul day on a beautiful river with sightings of deer mixed in. Can't ask for much more
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Postby BlackwaterBill » Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:25 pm

Nice pictures, nice report hal. Good looking mud fish. I think i saw one like that on my line a few tmes.
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Postby Creekstalker » Thu Jul 23, 2009 10:13 pm

Thanks for the report Hal!

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