Todays catch


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By wingman - Posted on 04 March 2009

Picked up 17 decent fish today around Perryville. Probably caught that many short ones. Left the net in truck and it cost us the Big fish of the year.
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KidCrappie's picture

Thats a bunch of good bites ! Way to go Wingman.

Kid Crappie

Biggame's picture

Good mess of fish right there. I havent been able to get out still tring to get over a cold. Cant wait. Maybe next week if the weather will cooperate.

Where are the fish?

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Looks like a good day to me. I bet that wind was tough.

Ray

wingman's picture

Sorry about the fuzzy pictures but they are taken with my phone dont own a digital camera.

Take a kid fishing!!!

tnjeff's picture

thats some nice looking fish

Smiley
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