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Humminbird side images of Stump Row


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By Ray - Posted on 16 August 2010

Here is a very interesting spot Charlie and I found at Pickwick Saturday. Looks like an old fence row to me. It is a long row of stumps most of the 2 feet tall. They are on a row about 1.5 foot tall and absolutely nothing on either side of the row. First picture I was running parallel to the row next 2 I crossed of the row at different angles.

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A super fishing spot containing a number of big fish; also any place with a large concentration of keeper fish. When you find a honey hole, you'll want to keep the location to yourself or risk someone else catching all your fish!

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