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Default Good 'Ole Farm Pond

Well since I had no school today I hit a farm pond i haven't hit in a while. The ponds got bass pushing the ten pound mark and some good sized and loads of bluegill. Here's a few of the better ones I caught today.

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Chris,

That last one is a dandy, what were you using; rod, fly, etc?

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That last one is a dandy, what were you using; rod, fly, etc?

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I was using a 6'6" Winston Fiberglass 3# and a foam grasshopper the majority of the time.
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great colors on those!
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very nice.
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Nice goin', they must have been a blast on the 3 weight--- and on a glass rod to boot -- sweet!
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