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\r\n I hit Indian Lake in Tariboro this weekend. I heard there were brown trout in there, so I figured that was a good excuse. It’s really only a large pond, and half of it was shaded, so I worked the sunny side with a few small spinner baits. No trout, but caught a couple really small bass. Not much action, but still a good time. That’s 3 outings this year. Better than I did all year last year.\r\n
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    \r\n THe trout may be caught out by now. They\'ve been in there almost 2 months and get pretty hard.\r\n
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      I hit Indian Lake in Tariboro this weekend. I heard there were brown trout in there, so I figured that was a good excuse. It’s really only a large pond, and half of it was shaded, so I worked the sunny side with a few small spinner baits. No trout, but caught a couple really small bass. Not much action, but still a good time. That’s 3 outings this year. Better than I did all year last year.

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