Specks on the timber

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By uncle al - Posted on 22 May 2012

Guide John Harrison took yours truly, uncle al and David Walls to Sardis for a new bait, test run. His new design by Mister Twister is going to be a good one. A natural, split tail, sparkle, shad was my favorite, especially for the big specks.
The water is low and standing timber everywhere with plenty of action, from large post spawn female white crappiei to the big Specks, that hit hard and keep hitting.

JBULL's picture

they are so big you didn't have to lie about it john! :-))

Huck Finn's picture

Fishing the wood can be a hoot. Congrats on a great catch guys!!

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