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Old 04-16-2018, 08:41 PM
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We put some out couple weeks ago and didn't get one fish
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Correct but there is a 15 fish limit with only 2 being over 22 inches in the rest of the state. Which can make for confusion.
Also many rivers have a 22 inch size limit for stripers and hybrid stripers in regulations digest

But at least GA and SC were able to agree on striper limits.

Now they just need to agree on jug fishing regulations and perch, crappie and pickerel limits.
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We put some out couple weeks ago and didn't get one fish
Put some out a couple weeks ago and caught a pile of fish.
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I gotta ask do the fish on the jugs know they ain't supposed to cross the state line ?
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Put some out a couple weeks ago and caught a pile of fish.

What did you use for bait
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What did you use for bait
Cut creek chubs.
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I think the hill been paying off on fresh cut bait. Tried Russell last weekend and it was slow. Going again this weekend.
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Not to go off topic, but can you leave a trot line unattended around your parts?
In GA, yes.

They are supposed to have your name on it, but the next one I see that does will be the first.

They are a major pain in the rear, especially up a river, where you snag them with your motor, line - not unusual to find several turtle eaten carcasses on the line.
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