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By tnjeff - Posted on 04 February 2009

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My son caught this one on pickwick(bearcreek)2008,we where pulling crankbaits.

wingman's picture

My son really enjoys fishing with me and I enjoy him being there also.

Take a kid fishing!!!

katfish76's picture

Great pic of the kid. He will remember those days for a long time. I know my dad hooked me many years ago from trips like those.

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

Ray's picture

Really nice to se the young ones involved in crappiei fish. Good job Tnjeff. Keep posting and thanks for your support of the site.

Ray

Allday's picture

Nice fish. Take a kid fishing and make their day.

pammysue15's picture

Nice fish, it's always nice to see the young crappiei fishermen.

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