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Old 11-27-2017, 06:37 AM
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Default Sunday Afternoon Spooning w/pics

I made a quick run out to the lake yesterday afternoon. It was the warmest part of the day and I found some loons that were working bait in a pocket so I cruised over to the area the loons were working and immediately started marking fish. I put the spoon on them and caught 10+ over the next 3 hours working around the area. A lot of 1-2lbers with a couple of bigger fish mixed in. It was a fun way to spend the afternoon. Water temps are getting down towards that upper 50's range. Here's a few pics of the biggest.
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Old 11-27-2017, 07:26 AM
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Your thread title sounds kind of freaky,I didnt know what to expect ,nice bass!!!
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Your thread title sounds kind of freaky,I didnt know what to expect ,nice bass!!!
Funny you should mention that. The only ones to make comments in that context on Facebook was my old Navy buddies....
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Mind if I ask what type of spoon you were using?
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Mind if I ask what type of spoon you were using?
I'm using War Eagle, Flex-it and Capt. Macks.
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Funny you should mention that. The only ones to make comments in that context on Facebook was my old Navy buddies....
Ha,leave it to us old Navy guys.Do you have a Cast Away Baits facebook page?
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Old 11-27-2017, 07:22 PM
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Ha,leave it to us old Navy guys.Do you have a Cast Away Baits facebook page?
Yes I do. Here's a couple pics from this afternoon.
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