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    I think we might be able to figure this trolling thing out. I missed a lot of light strikes and long distance released several when they jumped. Still caught six crappie and several green carp that would have been big, but they were skinny after spawn. Attachment 376952Attachment 376953Attachment 376954Attachment 376955Attachment 376956Name:  20200531_195929.jpg
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    Nice fish.

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    Nice catch , stay after them .

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    boy howdy she looks plum full of eggs , they are likely going to make another bank run , what is the water temp there btw .
    and congrats on the KABOOM
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Real nice. Like the term “Long Distance Release”.
    Bob

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    awesome...
    >>>-----------> Make It Count!!! <><

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    She's ready to bust!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    boy howdy she looks plum full of eggs , they are likely going to make another bank run , what is the water temp there btw .
    and congrats on the KABOOM
    I thought so at first, but she showed many signs of spawning, I think that belly is all food, surface temperature is 75*

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    don't know what happened to the rest of the pictures. The bass are all skinny, and they spawn later than the crappie usually. Name:  20200531_200853.jpg
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    To say these crappie were in good shape before spawn is an understatement;let's see if I can go way back and find a picture. Name:  20200224_164651.jpg
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