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Hugo Sat May 1st


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By Jason Taylor - Posted on 03 May 2010

Mich and I went out Saturday and brought in 30 over ll inches fished 10-15ft hand poling with a jig. I finally gained my dignity back and beat Mich that day. I had my trusty fish hound with me that day and she pointed the way to the fish. She is in the pics below. I guess they bread those schnauzers as fish dogs as much as she (Prissy)loves to fish. I thought Woods had fixed it where I could never beat Mich again but I think his schooling he gave her is wearing off.
Jason T

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Jason, that is some good looking crappiei. Looks like you had a few black males. Did any of the females have eggs. At Grenada I moved back out in water 7 to 10 foot and was still catching females with eggs. Woods

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John
A lot of the females still have eggs. Most all of those fish come from 10-15ft water even the black male. Some of the guys at the camp are still catching fish in the buckbrush very shallow but it seems the better fish are deeper.
JT

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Jason, you make me proud. Just watch out, she may start acting like Kim and throw your gear over board.(accidently on purpose.)

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