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Old 07-13-2007, 02:50 PM
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Les, I fish those quite a bit all over Texas, though not quite that small. I use the hard to find mustad 34007 hooks and tie up lots in light blue and white a chartreuse and white. They work really well on the Paluxy, btw. Except there's no fish in it.....
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Pitty about the Paluxy. Ol Al Crise told me it will be a while before the fish get re-situated after all the floods.
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HA! Not too suprised to hear that, given the turd-floaters/toad- stranglers/gully-washers we've had a bunch of this year. I'll be down that way this wknd, mostly fishing the brazos by the 67 bridge, and I hope its settled back down some. It might be great, might not, will just have to see.
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