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LEECH21

Wow! What a Weekend! (Pics)

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Mopped in some huge fall smallmouth on Saturday and a few more on Sunday. Overall caught over 40 fish with the smallest being 17 inches! Most averaged 18 1/2 plus inches!

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wow that looks like a fun time! wish i could have had that luck last weekend cry

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awesome looking weekend bud. That lake holds alot of them hawgs

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There are alot of true PIGS out there..Caught some like that a few weekends ago when you get on them they are big

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Almost makes me want to bypass a couple days of duck hunting...almost...some year.

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Almost makes me want to bypass a couple days of duck hunting...almost...some year.

You cant shoot anyways!

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Boy ! When you find a day filled with smallies like that it's hard to put the rods down!

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That maybe true, Jason. But, I can never get enough of it.

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Grat Job!! Nice group of fish!

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I hear ya' about the June comment. Nice fish too! I like ice season but nothing better than hitting the water for those first few times in the spring....It's almost December! cool

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Nice fish! Gotta love that fall smallmouth bite...on to ice now!

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