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Old 10-13-2010, 09:46 AM
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Just got off the phone with John. He was pulling up to meet a friend and have breakfast. After breakfast John and friend are assaulting the North Georgia Mountains after huge bows like the photo above from John's trip there last fall. John informed me that this stretch is know for having the state record bow caught in it.
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Sounds like a fun trip, keep us posted on how they do!

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John tortured me by sending me a email from his phone.
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First 14 casts....14 bows to hand and all over 5 pounds.
John was using small stuff most of the outing.
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Soque River?
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Soque River?
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Wow.. Great pics. I am in GA too. Is the Soque known for this caliber of fish?
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I have heard many a report containing the words "Soque" & "Torpedo"...along with "Beast"...and, to a lesser extent..."Finned Rugby Ball"

Len, I always enjoy your stuff here & on NGTO...I hope you have a happy and healthy 2012!
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Most of the Soque is a private pay to fish river that is supported by heavy feedings and private stocking of big fish. Lots of fisherman here in Georgia fish this type of private water. I can't afford it so I guess that shapes my opinion of this.
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