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  1. July 4th on Jordan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neilslure View Post
    I hit Jordan today from 6:30ish to 3:30. The first part of the day was pretty uneventful, one missed strike on top and then I ventured away from the bank. I hit 2 or 3 different brushpiles I found over the winter, they yielded one channel cat around 2 lbs on a c-rig. Around 10:15 I finally boated the first bass, about 13" on a c-rig, not long
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    Freshwater Fishing
  2. Small stream, small fishermen, small bass, BIG FUN



    Quote Originally Posted by papadave View Post
    A UL and a crappie worm on a jighead = happy little angler!
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    Freshwater Fishing
  3. My girlfriend showed me up!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jhol View Post
    My girlfriend and I went out to a local farm pond today (mostly to exercise the dog). I started her out with a 1/4 oz. beetle spin while I threw a t-rigged senko. I had caught a couple small LMB and she wasn't having much luck. So I offered to teach her how to fish a senko. She casted out and let it sink. I told her to slowly real up slack and set the hook if she felt any thing funny. Bam! first cast
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  4. pamlico river report 6-27-12

    Quote Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt View Post
    Chick and i fished the pamlico river again 2day , caught 55 flounder and 6 trout . These were the only keeper size flounder and also had 1 keeper trout . My, what a beautiful day to be on the water
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    Inshore Fishing
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  5. Offshore MHC - 6/19

    Quote Originally Posted by moneal78 View Post
    Headed offshore on 6/19 aboard my father-in-law's Albemarle. It had been blowing since the Big Rock and we jumped on the chance to go out since the winds had laid out nicely. It was slick c'am! Cruised out to AR-14 with no problem and put some skirted medium ballyhoo in the water and started to troll. It was a little crowded around the buoy so we decided to troll to the 90ft drop. There were some scattered weeds,
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    Offshore Fishing
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