ROUND LAKE BLUES

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  1. tythetier

    tythetier Fish Slayer

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    ANY ONE WANT TO GO OUT TO ROUND LAKE TONIGHT AND TRY FOR SOME SCRAPPERS?? MY DAD IS COMING OVER TO HELP WORK ON MY MOWER, AND THEN WE ARE GOING TO GIVE THAT A SHOT.

    SHOOT ME A LINE, OR GIVE ME A RING (MOST OF THE LOCALS HAVE MY NUMBER).

    SOME TIME AFTER FIVE OR SO.
     
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    TOOK MY DAD OUT LAST NIGHT. HE CAUGHT HIS FIRST FISH ON HIS NEW FLY RIG. ABOUT TEN MINUTES INTO THE NIGHT, HE HOOKED INTO A BLUE GILL A LITTLE BIGGER THAN PALM SIZED. VERY COOL TO SEE HIM FISHING WITH IT.
     
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    Sounds like you guys had a good time, I go out there somestimes for the blue gill to. I use a little copper head pheasant tail. they go nuts over it.
     
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    HE HAD A LITTLE HAIRS EAR ON.
    WE ONLY CAUGHT ONE FISH A PIECE. SOMONE HAD TOSSED SOME CHICKEN BONES INTO THE SHALLOWS, I AM THINKING THE BLUES HAD THEM SELVES A NICE DINNER, THOSE BONES WERE PICKED CLEAN!!!
     

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