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    in this here river photo ? My trusty side imaging on my truck made me lock up the brakes I tell ya ......
    and YES..... first cast it was ON .....
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    Shad?
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    Looks like schools of shad on top to me.
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    Looks like a ditch to me.

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    River? Looks like the backside of a levy to me, with limestone rocks staked up to ease the erosion off the embankment.

    Several places in Louisiana have the same, and on occasion, are good fishing spots.
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    1 gator in water and another coming down the bank!!!

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    it is actually several large schools of shad on the surface and that is the west fork of the Trinity river . Don't be deceived by the serenity and small creek look , she is a beast when they let her go ...she was running full tilt about half way up that levee in the spring this year ....lost a couple of young anglers in there that slipped in close to one of the many spillways along it this spring
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