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Old 04-05-2013, 08:43 PM
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Nice specs! There's a small pond that I know of, that is rumored to have a population of crappie. It gets flooded pretty good occasionally by a nearby river so its possible that anything could be in there. I'm thinking of hitting it up tomorrow after work with my new TFO Pro II 6 wt
Great fight on them. They were crushing wooly buggers and Simiseal leaches, all bead heads.
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It's half way between a single hand rod and a spey. They're usually 11-12' long.

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Thanks John. That's music to my ears, I'm hoping to get up there withing the next few weeks to see how the Smallies are doing.
There doing already. Think coppermine and youll be on the right track!
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awesome fish give me the fever what color and size buggers
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Olive buggers,sizes 6 and 8

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There doing already. Think coppermine and youll be on the right track!
That's exactly what I was thinking. Thanks John!
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Nice perch! Makes me hungry just looking at 'em.
Funny. First thing I thought when I saw it was " Got a half dozen more?".
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Funny. First thing I thought when I saw it was " Got a half dozen more?".
I will have to take some home next time. I'm spoiled living 10mins from the beach. I normally eat saltwater species and C&R freshwater. I may have to try a few Perch next time...
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