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Old 11-09-2005, 12:08 AM
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Default Re: Fall Goggle-eye hole

Gordon,
You may be thinking of this stretch of river which is currently 15 feet below normal-the Mountain Fork River. The following picture was taken this past weekend between the narrows bridge and the Panther Creek boat landing. This location holds sandbass, small mouth and nice Walleye. The picture I first posted was on the East Fork of the Glover(Little Glover) about 6 miles northeast of Bethel. I generally have better luck on the West fork of glover north west of Bethel between the Forks of glover and Silver Creek. There we catch small mouth and good goggle eye. I have never caught any sandbass in that area of glover. I love fishing both the Glover & the Mountain Fork in the winter and spring..

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