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creek chubs or sucker streams

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Hey all i am from new prague and was going to head out to the river this weekend and was wondering if there are any streams or ponds around these parts to catch some chubs or suckers?! Any info would be appreciated.

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Check any field drainage ditches with any depth to them....theres lot of them out your way.

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Hey all i am from new prague and was going to head out to the river this weekend and was wondering if there are any streams or ponds around these parts to catch some chubs or suckers?! Any info would be appreciated.
Hey I'm from New Prague as well ... graduated 05 ... who's this?

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Nick, I lease some land just out of St. Patrick...never fished for chase creek chubs before but would be willing to let you on the land with me if you wanna show me the ropes. I'd like to catch them on the fly but any technique would be fun. It has to be after turkey season though since that's why I lease the land.

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you know whats crazy i just saw your pic and i was trying to figure out if that was you! awesome how have you been?! did you change your email cause i sent you one like a week ago reguarding catfishing!

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alrighty will do that would be sweet! just let me know a good time and maybe we can figure something out!

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I check my email like I change my underwear...you in school or what? What email did you use...msn?

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yup in school my last final is tuesday then its just a lot of workin and catfishing!!! yea i use msn! my email is npbaseball18@hotmail.com

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I'll check that email...make sure you aint stuck between acouple viagra emails.

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lol alrighty will do ted! yea i have been hittin the river in jordan from shore lately. i did manage to pull out a 26" eye last week! that was fun! I would really like to try and get out on the boat with you a lot this summer though that would be awesome!

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Will do....sent you a email. Just when they're turning on fishing is gonna slow down for me and your other cousin Tony. We got a project we're working on that'll eat the end of May of pretty good....after that yea; June should be strong with this slow spring. If this "project" floats I'll take you out in it for some flathead.

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laugh thats awesome! well get that baby fixed there is quality fishing to be had! just kidding take your time and we will get out when the time is right but were going this year for sure, im not missing it this year!

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