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Old 06-26-2010, 10:29 PM
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Default First Couple Hours At The Beach

So we arrived at the beach and we had barely finished unpacking before I hit the water. Fishing was very slow, I believe cause the water was low. I got the smell of skunk of by catching small gills. But a bass that was about seven pounds started to make an easy meal of our gills. My dad had the fish break off and then lost it twice aterwards. After he had lost it I in turn lost it 4 times.After this mishap we moved to another pond about 20 yards away where I landed a nice little bass.

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Chris: Nice bass! Congrats! That was funny about the other one that kept getting away.

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That's a great trip. You ought to go back there late in the day sometime with a giant popper and try to get the giant bass to eat it.

Good story. Thanks for posting and the pictures.

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Get a haircut! Nah, i'm just kidding with you, look up and see if there are any canals around where your at, they can have some awesome fishing if you want to catch some fun exotics like a lot of south and central american cichlids, aswell as some Pbass which would be a blast.
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