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By Beau Butler - Posted on 09 March 2010

Had a ball on Sunday afternoon. One of those days when everything goes right. Would like to think it was my skill as a crappiei fisherman, but think you could have dropped a jig in a bucket and caught crappie.
I think I figured out the pic thingy as well.
Beau

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Yall are riding me hard. I caught the biggest fish today because I left Michelle at home.
Jason T

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Beau, those are some sure hog crappiei. I wish my friend Jason Taylor could catch slabs like that. Michelle catches all the slabs. Woods

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Hey John, you noticed the pics. who said you can't teach an old dog new tricks!!!
Just got through emailing Jason as to where I caught them. I bet Michelle puts it on him again.
I've been crappie fishingi a long time, but don't think I've ever let Kim beat me twice! ( Not that I would tell anyway)

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