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    All my usual lakes high and muddy . Was bad windy yesterday but used my electronics to find a few . The slabs make the 11 to 12 inchers look tiny . They were all swung with red Huckabee rods . Some saying bite is better after dark on some places but just not a night owl anymore .

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    Nice ones !
    I assume the Huckabee rods have a good spine since you swing your fish in.
    Iím looking for a good backup rod since they donít make the Slater rod I like I use now.
    Would you consider it a good rod for fishing the shallow brush / trees with 2 ft of line out during the spawn ?
    Iím looking for a 12 ft super light rod with a good spine.



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    Very good report, thanks
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    Nice fish CA!
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    Maybe a slow start but, those are some pigs. Good job CA.


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    They make several models but I never use anything super light . I caught 14 Crappie today and even 2 lbers swing in with ease . I also caught 3 catfish and a 4 lb Drum which I swung in just to test the pole . But 4 lbs is about the limit for the one I was using .


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    Nice ones !
    I assume the Huckabee rods have a good spine since you swing your fish in.
    I’m looking for a good backup rod since they don’t make the Slater rod I like I use now.
    Would you consider it a good rod for fishing the shallow brush / trees with 2 ft of line out during the spawn ?
    I’m looking for a 12 ft super light rod with a good spine.



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    Thanks


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    Great fun


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    You must have been dragging the net behind you to catch all them fish
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