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Old 04-19-2017, 11:07 AM
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How many did you catch , I keep trying to count them and always loose my place .
we caught over 100 but only kept 65 for our family fish fry.
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those are nice ones.

and nice fish too....

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Do you scale them or filet ? I'm in the scale and fry crowd , that's some great eating . Same with catfish .
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Do you scale them or filet ? I'm in the scale and fry crowd , that's some great eating . Same with catfish .
I'm with you LTZ25 I scaled them you get the most out of them that way. Even saved the heads to use for big catfish bait. I try not to waste anything that the fish provides me!
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:24 PM
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LTZ25 your boat looks familiar I think we may have met last summer you were fishing the same small cove we caught these fish in back in cedar creek you were bass fishing using a square bill crank bait and smoking a cigar I was on the bank throwing a baby torpedo was that you?
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I always keep an eye out for that boat too as it's about the only one I think I'd easily recognize. Haven't seen it yet, but I'm not out there much.

The baby torpedo has been my best producing top water lure.
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:45 PM
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I always keep an eye out for that boat too as it's about the only one I think I'd easily recognize. Haven't seen it yet, but I'm not out there much.

The baby torpedo has been my best producing top water lure.
Lol! I like your style dude!!
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That was me , and thanks for not giving a physical description!!! I have a GoPro but dang it's hard to watch.
Love those square bills on Sinclair. I remember you saying you were using the torpedoe , I have never give them a chance even though they are similar to the hard jerkbaits I also enjoy. Yeah I do smoke a cigar while fishing , but they keep going out because I get to fishing so hard I forget I've got one lit .
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Old 04-21-2017, 03:34 PM
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That was me , and thanks for not giving a physical description!!! I have a GoPro but dang it's hard to watch.
Love those square bills on Sinclair. I remember you saying you were using the torpedoe , I have never give them a chance even though they are similar to the hard jerkbaits I also enjoy. Yeah I do smoke a cigar while fishing , but they keep going out because I get to fishing so hard I forget I've got one lit .
I thought that was you. The fishing has been great in our little honey hole this year I've caught several bass over 5lbs in there on plastic baits a ton of crappie as well. Good to hear from you and hope to see you on the lake soon!
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