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Old 05-13-2013, 04:07 PM
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Bullfrogs Used to tie on a red worm, hide behind the bushes and just cast it on shore near a bullfrog, all you had to do was wiggle the worm and they would come right out of the water to get it. Memories of childhood...lol

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Me to!! Used a piece of red yarn , sold the frogs to the local restaurant had candy and sodas for a week. Amazing how many bullfrogs can fit in a newspaper carrier bag!
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