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Biggest Panfish you have caught


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I fish a lake here in Michigan where it is not all that uncommon to catch 13" gills. I don't have a picture of that fish, but i wish i had. If I get any big ones this winter I will most definately post them for you all to see.

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I was with a guy on a private lake fishing Crappies and watched him catch and release a 19"...you could fit a beer can in its mouth. I personaly caught and released a 17" that night and wanted to take it home but the agreement was no keeping or pictures to prove anything. That way everyone will think I'm b.s.ing is what he said.

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Rope: The only bad part is that i live close to the Wisconsin border and some guys from down there come up here every day for like a 3 week stretch and keep everything that they catch. I am worried that my favorite lake is going to be desimated in no time at all seeing as the lake is only a little over 500 acres. But i do agree that i am lucky to have such a fishery near me.

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Here are my personal bests

Perch 15" have seen a 19"

Bluegill 14.5"

Sunfish 12"

Crappie 14 3/4"

19" perch and 14.5" bluegill ! i want to go fishing with you, you don't mind if i bring my gps along do ya hehehe winkgrin

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