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Old 05-12-2009, 08:56 PM
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Default Spawn Is On

The spawning peacock bass are every where.
The largest we've caught so far was 3 1/2 pounds. Nice one Milton.
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Most weighed around 2 pounds. Where are all the big fish?
Guess we'll just keep looking.
It's easy to tell the male fish with that big hump on their head.
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Stan
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