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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    I got reminded just yesterday how much fun long casting and setting the hook way out there and fighting them back to you can be . Add that one to my never ending list please
    Yep, the variety of techniques is always fun. It isn’t all about just “slinging ‘Em in!”.
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    A change of pace is good at times
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobC View Post
    Yep, its all good. I like a nice wade on the creek up where no one is and just easy cast and watch for wild life.
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    That might work well in the Neshaminy Bob, but down here much of that wildlife is gonna be Gators, some much bigger than you. lol
    Dock shooting might be fun, provided of coarse there are docks.
    It comes down pretty much to being a local thing as to how we go about it.
    Preferences sort of evolve around that.

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    Vertical jigging - 1 pole and 1 jig near brush or docks etc. THUMP!!! And using bobber/jig near rocks and shore during spawn time.Name:  20200423_181802.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by yobuck View Post
    That might work well in the Neshaminy Bob, but down here much of that wildlife is gonna be Gators, some much bigger than you. lol
    Dock shooting might be fun, provided of coarse there are docks.
    It comes down pretty much to being a local thing as to how we go about it.
    Preferences sort of evolve around that.
    Yikes! Yeah, I think I would have to rethink my plan and right quick! Mountain streams only! I might even be hesitant about a kayak. Yep, local conditions rule!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobC View Post
    Yikes! Yeah, I think I would have to rethink my plan and right quick! Mountain streams only! I might even be hesitant about a kayak. Yep, local conditions rule!
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    Nothing like sitting in a kayak and having a 6 foot gator surface a paddle length away. It is exhilarating
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Addicted to the "THUMP" Vertical jigging with the scope !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truman_Sully View Post
    Addicted to the "THUMP" Vertical jigging with the scope !
    Does it not take away the anticipation of the thump when you see it coming??Serious question,not being a butt because if I could afford Id have one too. I just wondered if it was different.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Nothing like sitting in a kayak and having a 6 foot gator surface a paddle length away. It is exhilarating
    I try and stay away from where I know they are once it gets warm enough for them to be active. Lol


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    I grew up in Mobile County. They are everywhere in the river delta
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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