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    I fished for the last three days since it got above 40 degrees. There was about 1/2" of ice around the dock where I wanted to fish so I had to break ice the first two days. The first two days were dink days, besides the bass caught on day 2. Ice was gone around the dock by day 3 so I can finally cast. 1/48 CHUB with #10 sickle is still tearing them up. I was using it with a weighted float and casting into the wind which was blowing about 10mph. Best retrieve was nothing just keeping most of the slack out of the line and or stop and look away to talk to people walking by and then look back for my float and it would be under. Probably caught 30 or so bass, crappie, bluegill and redear doing this in about 3 hours. I caught four nice slabs from 10-13" and about a dozen smaller ones including some babies. I did lose two giants over 15" when hook pulled out. Water is clear right now so got a good look at both, too bad you can't take pictures of the lost ones.Name:  IMG_E2823.jpg
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    Those are some nice ones
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    Nice catch !
    Glad you thawed out enough to catch a few .

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    you could actually cast? heard from bud that trout lake was still frozen so surprised your lake wasn't. GFY and guess you need that net for those big ones.

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    Love it when I look away then can't find my float. Don't think anything about fishing is more fun than that. Oh, except maybe untangling a line twist from a spinning reel only to realize there is a fish on!
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    I fished for the last three days since it got above 40 degrees. There was about 1/2" of ice around the dock where I wanted to fish so I had to break ice the first two days. The first two days were dink days, besides the bass caught on day 2. Ice was gone around the dock by day 3 so I can finally cast. 1/48 CHUB with #10 sickle is still tearing them up. I was using it with a weighted float and casting into the wind which was blowing about 10mph. Best retrieve was nothing just keeping most of the slack out of the line and or stop and look away to talk to people walking by and then look back for my float and it would be under. Probably caught 30 or so bass, crappie, bluegill and redear doing this in about 3 hours. I caught four nice slabs from 10-13" and about a dozen smaller ones including some babies. I did lose two giants over 15" when hook pulled out. Water is clear right now so got a good look at both, too bad you can't take pictures of the lost ones.Name:  IMG_E2823.jpg
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    Nice outing for sure! What's that last fish? Crappie or panfish? Thanks for the photos!

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    Looks to me like a Crappie that was born this morning....HAAA!!!!! Just kidding, I've caught smaller!
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    Nice outing for sure! What's that last fish? Crappie or panfish? Thanks for the photos!
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    Nice catches !

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    Nice, thanks for sharing
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    That’s a black crappie only midget size. They’re the hardest to catch. I’ll take a trip like that Jim. All those fish ate purdy.
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