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    Default My Favorite River


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    Nice if I only could go there with you

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    Nice catch, white spinner bait was my go to in FL, but I haven't had any action on it here in NC. What river is it?
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    I subscribed to your channel Mack keep them coming. I was also curious on what the name of your favorite river was.
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    Yea, what river is this? Looks really pretty. Nice video.

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    It's the local flow. Don't expect more of an answer. River fishermen are generally very protective of the rivers they fish.

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    I thought Googan Squad anglers had other guys pre fish for them, sink a few new bushes , get the boat ready, salt the holes, scare off the locals.....would have never believed stars had bad luck on the river like the rest of us. Where did the helicopter land?
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    I don't think he's in a river. I think the fish came out of the aquarium at Bass Pro.

    Now, proove me wrong by telling us which river...
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    Quote Originally Posted by froggy waters View Post
    Nice if I only could go there with you

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    Gary , you can....

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    The river actually belongs to the panfish in the video. You can't tell by the video, but that fish is actually gigantic, perhaps big enough to eat Mack. He has instructed Mack not to reveal the location. In turn, the redbreast featured in the video has agreed not to go all Jonah on Mack.

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    Nice video Mack, looks like another great day in NC's outdoors.
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    Wow. Someone does need to show you the light. NC is one of the best states in the USA for sport fishing. We got it all. Mountain trout, stripers, catfish, bass of three species, surf fishing and deep sea fishing second to none. The state has many world records, including a 94 pound red drum. Best place to fish on the east coast...Somebody take this guy fishing!
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    Nice fish, looks like you had a good trip. Catch a'nuther one
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    Great Video Mack, Thanks.
    If You and Gary double team them poor fishes, the results could be mind boggling


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