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Thread: Yeah, I知 ready to go fishing now!

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    Yeah, I知 ready to go fishing now!

    Yes, you may have to really look for them, but there are fish in the videos.
    https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCXP8XoI6xGyMsuwjC-lEePg
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    I went 2 March with a buddy of mine down in Lake Eufaula. We have been trying to get a trip up for six or seven years, but something always comes up. Last time it was cancer, and I didn't feel like doing anything.

    Well, I called and told him I was headed that way and would he like to meet me a a park north of town and do some crappie fishing. He said to come by the house and we'd go out on his boat. I used to live there for 40 years, so I got to be the guide. We fished maybe four hours and kept 22 nice sized crappies. He filleted them and told me to take them home. I fried them for Saturday dinner, my wife made hush puppies and french fries. They were delicious!
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    Definitely some nice ones in the video.

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    I was never much of a bass fisherman, but I DO miss crappie fishing, love those things, shoot I would settle for some fat bluegills in a heart beat.

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    Be a couple of months before it warms up enough up here to get a line in the water.

    I still love crappie and Bluegill, great action on light tackle and great on the plate also.

    Its a good thing Bluegills don't get up to 40 lbs, no one would dare swim.

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    I have Coppernose Bream (bluegill) in my pond. I regularly catch ones over 2 pounds. However I still prefer saltwater fishing.
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    That's what we call t***Y bream..... I love them from a pond, especially on a flyrod...

    I used to have two Lew's Bream Busters , one for me, and one for my late wife. A big bream on those was a challenge...
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