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November 23, 2017, 01:14:40 AM

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Kiss of Death  (Read 1070 times)

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I've never owned a digital scale, but bought one on a whim a couple of weeks ago. I put it in my tackle box, headed to the lake Sat. on an absolutely stunning afternoon. Between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. I caught 43 crappie, 3 of which were legal and later released. I told every one of the 5" fish to go get Grandma, but none of them listened. Still was fun and I didn't have to clean fish that night.

It's good to see big fish still out there some where (see TexExp's post) but I need to change my approach to finding some of them. Or leave the dang scale at home.




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LLF Fishing Addict
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Sure do like that THUMP!



lol

That and cameras. Never fails!   icon_mrgreen

You'll need it soon for your new PB.  icon_cool
   



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Dinknado !!  orangebigeek
Same thing happened to me a coupla weeks ago. 3:30-5:30 it was dinks galore. Then 5:30-dark the dinks disappeared and it was all nice keepers.



Last Edit: May 15, 2017, 10:00:43 PM by evinrudelark

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Dinknado !!  orangebigeek
Same thing happened to me a coupla weeks ago. 3:30-5:30 it was dinks galore. Then 5:30-dark the dinks disappeared and it was all nice keepers.

Yep, I've found the same thing at Hubbard. Sometimes for an hour or two I can't buy a keeper, or even a dink for that matter. But then they start biting and it's keeper city for awhile! You just have to wait them out until they start feeding.



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Sure do like that THUMP!



Dinknado eh?  lol

I'm going to borrow that one!  lmao
 
 



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