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Old 05-30-2013, 03:52 PM
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I try to let them wiggle free before i get them all the way in. i dont reallly want to deal with touching them and combing out their teeth and making sure that they can still freely move their mouths, so i generally will get them close to me, touch the leader and call it a catch, then I'll give em some line and they will 99% of the time come free.
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about gar teeth (found the skull on my secret spot)
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The big ones arent too bad, its those little ones inbetween that you really gotta watch for. those are EXTREMELY sharp.
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Heck if it would quit raining enough here in OK so the water would drop and clear up some so I could try it again I would be happy.
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