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Old 06-10-2014, 12:56 PM
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I had to share this one because the surroundings are so beautiful
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with all the rain we have had lately, i hit some tiny spring creeks by the farm and found some lil jewels on the glass rod

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this is cool... look at this fins, white tips - orange ends, cute... I immediately wanted to go look for jewel (especially find Longear Sunfish), on dry fly...
thank you for beautiful photo, bmbailes!
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Bucket heads were on the top water eat last night.

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I had a friend trying to learn a thing or two.

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super combination) a big-bass on top, a friend who is not a hurry and do not distract awesome ! one my fishing-buddy (alligator), distract me all the time, trying to follow my popper)
how the action big explosion? or gently sip?
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super combination) a big-bass on top, a friend who is not a hurry and do not distract awesome ! one my fishing-buddy (alligator), distract me all the time, trying to follow my popper)
how the action big explosion? or gently sip?
It depends. Sometimes they sip them, and sometimes they explode on it. The blue gills will hit it so hard sometimes you think it's a huge bass. haha


Caught this big girl last night. Probably the best of the year so far.


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My first carp ever! I caught it on a corn fly that I placed in the direction I thought the carp would go. Sure enough, the carp found its way over about a minute later, slurped it up, and I set the hook. It took about 150-200ft of line right off the bat, and then it was a fight from there. About 15 minutes later I got it close to shore when my 7wt had its second blank from the butt snap clean in half. I then hand lined it on 3x tippet for about 5 more minutes until I finally grabbed it on my own. A few pictures later it was released and swam away healthy. I estimate the fish at about 20lbs.


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Father's day pictures. Click the image to open in full size.
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All three of these and many more succumbed to the streamer hanging out of the bass' mouth that came in my streamer pack from Jerry (hairwing530). I don't know what the streamer is called but the fish seemed to feel the need to smack the daylights out of it!

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mridenour, big breams, I know they pulled into the depths as small submarines

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My first carp ever! I caught it on a corn fly that I placed in the direction I thought the carp would go. Sure enough, the carp found its way over about a minute later, slurped it up, and I set the hook. It took about 150-200ft of line right off the bat, and then it was a fight from there. About 15 minutes later I got it close to shore when my 7wt had its second blank from the butt snap clean in half. I then hand lined it on 3x tippet for about 5 more minutes until I finally grabbed it on my own. A few pictures later it was released and swam away healthy. I estimate the fish at about 20lbs.


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Argail,
That reel is VERY oversized for those fish I caught but there are some HUGE bass in there so I am using my steelhead outfit in there...lol.
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Great catches, everyone!

Hey Nick, so you weren't actively casting to the carp? I ask because I've been stalking some huge grass carp on the flats every morning but I spook them every single time I cast at them. I know where they frequent so maybe I'll just dead stick a fly in that areanand wait, at least until my casting gets a bit more subtle...

That's woman's face is hilarious, btw!

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I've had alot of luck with that same fly, too! That man ties a mean streamer!

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All three of these and many more succumbed to the streamer hanging out of the bass' mouth that came in my streamer pack from Jerry (hairwing530). I don't know what the streamer is called but the fish seemed to feel the need to smack the daylights out of it!

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