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    Few crappie in the boat...

    Had to work for them today. Was pretty windy and overcast. They were hugging the bottom pretty hard. A few were pretty thick. Fillets filled three ziplocks plum full. Just got inside and sat on couch. I still feel the rocking. Was in the kayak so the wind was a little rough. Worth it though.
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    Good job!!Jeremy rocking is one way of fishing,i bank fish for rainbow troat and that is hard work but since i dont do it as work i look at it as job it is what the Lord has given me that day, work is taking the warden to the $ stores and the flea market
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    Agreed Ben. It's an enjoyable work. Will take it any day of the week I can get it!

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    Respectable catch there Jeremy!
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    Beautiful BASS. SK will surely agree.
    Good job Sir.
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    Eh, if I'm breaking out the cutting board already, a ditch pickle ain't safe. Haha. Fry em til they float!

    Thanks yall

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    OMG you ate the bass?? That is one reason the bass guys left the board
    people are funny about their fish we had one guy would get mad if you ate flatties!!
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    If it would have been a big one I would have turned it back hoping someone else could catch. I've turned a couple 7lbders back. Otherwise....fair game for the grease. Lol. Now if it was one of them rare rainbow trout...no way!

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    i try to take the eatin' size ones out of our pond. we release the big girls.
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    Yes me too!!
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