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    Default Cooper river bream near Charleston

    Fishing river side of old rice fields of the beautiful Cooper river with heavy boat traffic but managed quite a few nice ones. Crickets, worms and beetle spin produced fish.
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    Pretty fish , pretty water !

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    Low country bream, heck yeah. Some nice fish for sure.
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    Nice fish and as said a pretty piece of water.
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    Beautiful pictures, congratulations and thanks for sharing
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    Very nice fish, I’d like some of those myself. Good job!
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    Nice looking fish !

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    I like those dark colored gills, reminds me of the ones I caught in Santee Cooper as a kid.


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    Looks like a good time was had. Last time I had the boat out we had good luck near the cypress gardens ramp.

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    Awesome scenery
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