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    Finally big and lil lake open. Hit lil first and nothing for hour deeper w bobber and even minnow trailer on maribou jig. Finally cast closer to bank and brought in slowly and picked up a few. None real big but still fun.

    Moved to big lake by my slip where I have had success and again not much. Was tight line casting retrieving when I finally caught a couple of keepers around 10 inches. Not enough to fool with so I released them and went home took a nap.

    Yes I had minnows but don't judge me. Someone getting off boat offered them a d 3 days later still alive. Yes I will use as trailer if I have them. Caught as many with as without. Name:  20240209_124628.jpg
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    Good job. That’s a big minnow in the bucket….lol
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    Excellent!
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    Mighty fine sir! Thanks for sharing
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    Great job Keith. Thanks for sharing.
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    That first fish needs to be raked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeferfish View Post
    That first fish needs to be raked?

    so I dropped it onto the bank Bill and yes it did have some mulch on it.
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    Looks like some good ones. Pic's are great!
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    BTW minnows lasted in bucket for 5 days before dying. Put them into a wicker tomato planter soil on my deck for fertilizer.

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    Nice work!!


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