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I changed my mind last night at the last minute and headed a couple launches down stream from where I have been fishing.

6 flats last night

43x25

36x23

36x22

32x20

And two under 30." I also had two come un-hooked and two that I swung and missed on. Time for the slackers to get off the couch. grin

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Nice. cool I'll be hittin the river hard all weekend probably. I would be out tonight too, but have a couple issues to take care of... cry

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Right on Ed!

I think I am subconsciously saving all my fish for league nights cuz the last two times out I haven't got a single run.

Planning on fishin somewhere tonight but dunno where yet. Gonna go catch some bullies.

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Very nice, ed. I've been on the couch the last few nights. Need to get out one of these days.

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Right on Ed!

I think I am subconsciously saving all my fish for league nights cuz the last two times out I haven't got a single run.

Planning on fishin somewhere tonight but dunno where yet. Gonna go catch some bullies.

I might be heading to kato to work tomorrow. I will probably bring some bullies down to Kyle. If you want I can throw some extras in for ya

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I might be heading to kato to work tomorrow. I will probably bring some bullies down to Kyle. If you want I can throw some extras in for ya

I got a few tonight. I should be good for a couple more days until I go back to work Sunday. But thanks for the offer!

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nice work Ed get now and I'll take during leage nights grin

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Good job Ed, I may need to jump in with you some night, so you can show me how to fish.

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Was with Kyle when you broke the news of the 43" fish...congrats.

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