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Never to hot to limit out!


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By Justin Berry - Posted on 21 July 2011

Jigging in 95 degree weather but never to hot to catch a limit!

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Danny-GLOW TUBES!!!2.00 size But my favorite is full body of chartreuse.

T. Todd-Not no lake. I am sure you know where Reelfoot is? look just north across the Mississippi River and I live in East Prairie, Mo. just south of Cairo, IL. Along the river there is ditches that the river feeds in and out.

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Justin funny you said that I did the samething this past Sat and wore them out. I will try to get some pics posted.

T. Todd

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Justin, please share your secret i have worn out three tackle boxes trying to find something that works, i'm back to fishing minnows under cork,

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NIce summer time limit! What lake you catching them fish on?

T. Todd

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