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    I drug the canoe down the river yesterday to try out a new color marabou jig I tied. my version of a Monkey Milk pattern. Got about 2 hours in before the breeze made it to hard to fish and control the canoe. I did manage a few fish. Couple Specks, some Red Breast, and of course one catfish had to join the party. I will be tying more of these jigs.
    I'm sure fall will get here sooner or later to cool things off a bit.
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    Love being on the river. It sure is Purdy.
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    Nice haul I love floating rivers


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    Nature at is best ! With out all the lake lice! Good job!
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    Cypress knees?
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Yeah. With the river this low I can see where all the jigs I lost in the spring went.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brimfisher View Post
    I drug the canoe down the river yesterday to try out a new color marabou jig I tied. my version of a Monkey Milk pattern. Got about 2 hours in before the breeze made it to hard to fish and control the canoe. I did manage a few fish. Couple Specks, some Red Breast, and of course one catfish had to join the party. I will be tying more of these jigs.
    I'm sure fall will get here sooner or later to cool things off a bit.
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    Love being on the river. It sure is Purdy.
    Looks like a good time to me bud. We need to get together and hit the little river up


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brimfisher View Post
    Yeah. With the river this low I can see where all the jigs I lost in the spring went.

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    That is pretty low for sure.

    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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