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Lake Washington with Dale Edgar and friends


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By Ray - Posted on 10 November 2009

Dale Edgar, Chris Hemphill, Jeff Mcminn, Rooster Ball and Coker Fryery fished Lake Washington in the Ms. delta Fri. Sat.& Sun.morning. We caught bunches of 8&9 inch throwbacks but managed to catch 3 coolers of good quality fish, biggest weighed 2 lbs. Most were caught in 9 to 12 feet depth. We were slow trolling using live bait. Wahington is a great crappiei lake. We had an enjoyable weekend fishing with a great bunch of guys!

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Dale, sorry I was tied up and could not make the Lake Washington trip. Looks like you guys had a good time and caught some nice crappiei. I can just hear all the fish tales that were told when you guys got together this past weekend. Woods

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