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Aliceville 5-22-11

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By rdendy - Posted on 22 May 2011

Well we had a pretty good day today. 2 boats and we manged to pull out 52 keepers. And the good part was it was all from 2 tops, fishing in 7-8 fow single pole jigging using a mustard head w/ pink / white body. These were in the middle of a slough / lake off the main channel. Funny thing is there was only a small top there with some grass caught on it. Fish were there though and we caught only a few throw backs. Biggest weighed in at 2.2 lbs. we lost several large fish. Don't know why they were there but they were. There was a drop off or nothing just a spot in the middle on a flat. Most all had small egg sacks except for the males. I didn't put them all down for a pic so if you count they're not all there. I'm a fat boy so I got tired of bending over. we fished from 11 am until 3 pm.

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danny malone's picture

Ricky, i wounder if these fish are not spawning where you are catching them? Whatever, nice mess of fish.

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Danny, I don't think they were spawning. The egg sacks were to small in all except one that was full. Looked more like they were feeding under the grass. They were only hitting the pink / white jig and nothing else.

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Fish Frenzy

Lol, He's a keeper alright Cuz; The thing is they gotta be 12in. lol..

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