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Bigun's Pro Guide Service on Pickwick Lake


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By oldbigun - Posted on 30 March 2015

Phil Morris and Gray Underwood fished with Joel of Bigun's Pro Guide Service catching 43 Crappie and keeping 30 for a cookout. These crappiei were caught side pulling using B'n'M Difference Rods, Pap's Jigs and Southern Pro Grubs.

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