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Bigun's on Bay Springs with Russ Bailey and Brush Pile Fishing!


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By oldbigun - Posted on 11 November 2016

I have been Blessed with three days of filming with Brush Pile Fishing! Thanks Russ, LJ and Joe and also Tony! We caught a lot of Crappie and I had a great time!

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Looking forward to seeing it when it Airs. Hope Russ was able to show you how to fish. HAHAH I know he sure showed the Crappie Wizzard how to catch them.
Good luck and again looking forward to seeing shows when they air.
Pete

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LOOKING GOOD JOEL!!

Ron

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