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Old 03-13-2013, 03:22 PM
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I like this spot, I can walk down and fish with out having to kayak eight or ten or twelve miles.

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It holds these.
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I like this spot too.

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And it puts you close to these.

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David: I can see why that is a favorite! Beautiful photos, I love that frog, we don't have frogs or snakes.......just to COLD! I think spring has finally arrived it got up to 48 degrees here today. Yahoo!
I drove over the Green River yesterday, it is still pretty much frozen except for a small trickle in the middle of the river, but shouldn't be long now with the warmer days.
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David: I can see why that is a favorite! Beautiful photos, I love that frog, we don't have frogs or snakes.......just to COLD! I think spring has finally arrived it got up to 48 degrees here today. Yahoo!
I drove over the Green River yesterday, it is still pretty much frozen except for a small trickle in the middle of the river, but shouldn't be long now with the warmer days.[COLOR="Silver"]
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Love it. Oddly, they look very, very similar to my favorite places to warmwater fish in upstate NY. Thanks for sharing them.



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Beautiful! You can find beauty everywhere!

Good looking fish, too!
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That is one huge bluegill in photo #2!!! I love to catch those on top water, in the early morning, while the lake is calm and smooth.......
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Great photos! They do look like they could be from around here.

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Thanks all.

Larry - I'm wishing you an early and productive Spring. It'll be in the 80s here this weekend , and I will be on the river.

That's interesting that it looks similar to upstate NY, perhaps we have a similar geology.
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Very nice pictures. Love those 'gills! Nice that you can get out and hit the water.

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You have good spots.
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