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    Sunk a small brush yesterday and shared with a few friends. Thought Id share with yall!! Dropped it in and splashed a bit. Look where the water spot landed on the West reading!! Convenient!! Thought this was funny. Got a few feet deeper than I wanted, but think it will pull in a few. Hopefully yall will find it and get a few. Name:  IMG_1714.jpg
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    Love to see the screen light up like that picture showing a brush pile.
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    Great gesture for sure
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    Cool, but don't worry about me finding it I hardly leave the porch anymore!
    Nice of you to do this though.
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    Looks like a great spot for it

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    good work TB!

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    Im surprised. Those sticks light up like a bush in the water. For sure it'll catch some fish. For your style of fishing I'd be sinking brush daily with several piles fairly close together. For my style of fishing I mark alot of brushpiles just so I dont troll over them (unless theyre deep). When I troll over deep piles most times I pick up a fish or two.
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    I have four of these ready to drop just waiting on it to cool off.Name:  AEB8A14B-34D5-4028-8118-AFAFE3D1420E.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabowman View Post
    Im surprised. Those sticks light up like a bush in the water. For sure it'll catch some fish. For your style of fishing I'd be sinking brush daily with several piles fairly close together. For my style of fishing I mark alot of brushpiles just so I dont troll over them (unless theyre deep). When I troll over deep piles most times I pick up a fish or two.
    Ive found that Less is better. Too much brush close together creates a nursery of small fish. Lot of brush in an area kills too much time trying to cover them all. There will be one that hold the better fish and it changes for some reason I cant explain. Some of my best piles are pitiful looking if no fish on them. A thin pile is less hangups and seems the fish are more aggressive. I think sometimes a loaded pile blocks the vision of the aggressive fish.


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