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    Default Another morning on Cooper river

    No live bait needed for big-uns in the river current and they pull hard. Name:  IMG_2326.jpg
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    Some nice ones
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    Awesome!
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    Those are chunky!! Love that beetle spin you’re using.
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    Those are some mighty fine pans right there. Thanks for the photos.
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    Chunky gills .
    “ The bigger the Bend , the Wider the Grin ! “

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    beautiful bream for sure , congrats and KABOOM
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    Good looking gills, love the color of the low country Panfish, reminds me of catching them in Santee Cooper as a kid!


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    Pretty fish.

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    Good looking fish. I'm always amazed at the size difference down here compared to back in KY. It only takes a couple of those big ones to make a good meal.

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