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Old 05-01-2017, 06:35 PM
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Hit the carp spawn good on the Hill Saturday. We had a ball, great time with some good friends. We shot until we were wore slap out. We completely quit shooting gar early on, coulda killed a hundred of 'em. Even got out of the boat for awhile and did some spot-and-stalk wading in the grass, which was a ton of fun. Best part, the primitive wooden bow accounted for more fish than the compound this trip for once.
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Awesome....!
Thanks for sharing the pics.
My friend's MRS would love those carp. (she is Asian).
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Good stuff Hillbilly! That's a mess of fun and fish.
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Awesome....!
Thanks for sharing the pics.
My friend's MRS would love those carp. (she is Asian).
I tried to eat one once. That was enough. The whole fish tastes like that red streak in a striper or big catfish that I always cut out. Those are now happily fertilizing sawtooth oaks and persimmons in food plots.

Gar are a different story. I think gar are delicious.
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send me some of them big old gar scales next time you go to whackin' em ...
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I'd say y'all had a Purdy big ol time
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Yea man; that is gettin' after them.
I like your equipment and style.

Good shootin!
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Good bunch of carp.

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