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my dad and i went out to a good spot today!!! he wanted to fish while i shot, but i ended up shootin 3 carp all above my PB today one thing that [PoorWordUsage] me off was i didnt feel like gettin my boat dirty toady so i put them on a stringer and ended losein one. i just shot at the bigger ones today took three shots and got 3 carp, but i did shoot another 3 times at dog fish and missed all 3. i didnt see much but worth it for these fish. my biggest (what my scale said) was 35, 33 and im guessin my 3rd was 30ish.

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more pics grin i know i know, i take to many pics i took my buddy out to get him a hog and i ended up with another one over 30 and his was 26

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yea my dad found it when he went out fishin and he told me about it. there is some 40+ in there just cant get close enough to get a good shot. theres not much in the lake but there big. we ended up gettin 5 carp a dog fish and a big bullhead. my buddy knows a guy that will take them and when he cant we go out to his uncles farm were we bury them out at.

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hey you will have to come up to mille lacs when the big ones hit the shallows and we can get some big pigs

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