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Tosh and Scobey on Kentucky Lake


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By Tosh - Posted on 23 July 2011

Drew Scobey and I took a trip to Kentucky Lake wednesday. We spent most of the morning working. Once the work was done we decided the day wouldn't be complete without fishing a bit. We fished from 2:30 until 6:00 and kept 35. We were single pole fishing with jigs only. We should have brought a bigger cooler so we could have fished longer.

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nide catch.....keep that up and you'll need another set of tailgate straps.........GOOD Catch jiggin round stumps lay dawns and brush piles is all you can do when its hot out .....

I just love to catch fish.......simple ain't it!

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