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Aliceville 8-10-12

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By rdendy - Posted on 10 August 2012

Finally got in the water at 3:30, Fish were biting but thunderstorms were building. Got off at 4:15 with 4. Got back on at 5:15 and caught a total of 10. Yep got them on jigs in 6 - 8 fow on the flats on main river channel. Hoping Saturday I can stay a bit longer. Biggest was 1.68 lbs.

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rdendy's picture

It's all good Danny, just poking a little fun at you. I just got lucky is all. As they say even a blind hog finds an acorn every now & then. See ya on the water, will be fishing to probably Tuesday.

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Nice catch Ricky, make me eat my words about not being able to catch fish on jigs at this time, even though i did catch 4 nice ones early friday morning, then i had to go to minnows to catch a fish, i'm available for lessons HA!

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