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#1 Jun-09-11 2:58PM

CozUF2001
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From: Richmond, Virginia
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Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

Managed to escape out for about an hour so I decided to use the fly rod for some smallies at Goose Creek. I landed a few small bluegill and a nice smallie. I will post the picture soon. The fishery looks healthy and I saw some good fish in there today.

http://i325.photobucket.com/albums/k385/cozuf2001/Goose_Creek_Smallie_060911.jpg

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#2 Jun-10-11 5:17AM

TyF
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

My dad and i also went to Goose creek yesterday for the first time just to try it out. We had a lot of fun and caught about 6-7 little Rock bass and i caught a 8-9 inch LMB. We caught all of them on a small beetle spin. I was hoping to catch a smallie but no luck. where were u on goose creek? what did you catch the smallie on?

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#3 Jun-10-11 2:33PM

Ernie
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

Ty- I wonder if those rock bass (red eyes) you caught aren't really smallies...next time take a picture. I don't recall there being rock bass in the Goose but I could be wrong.


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#4 Jun-10-11 2:57PM

TyF
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt … mp;bih=705


http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt … mp;bih=705

This is what came up when i searched rockbass on google and the ones i caught looked exactly like this. I can clearly remember the red eyes and how they fade from top to bottom black to white.

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#5 Jun-10-11 2:59PM

TyF
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

Coz i think we missed you by an hour or so because we went to the same spot and i got a hit from a smallie about that size actually but he didnt bite it all the way.

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#6 Jun-10-11 3:51PM

CozUF2001
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

TyF wrote:

Coz i think we missed you by an hour or so because we went to the same spot and i got a hit from a smallie about that size actually but he didnt bite it all the way.

Thanks for leaving him there for me to catch!


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#7 Jun-10-11 7:16PM

TyF
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

Haha well glad i could help. big_smile

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#8 Jun-15-11 5:49PM

basscrusher
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

OK I fish the Goose at least twice a week and I cannot figure out where that pic was taken.  Not that I'm trying to steal spots (I've fished almost everywhere from the rt 7 bridge to the mouth) but this is driving me crazy.  Oh well, c'est la vie...

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#9 Jun-16-11 10:26AM

Dominion Dan
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From: Falls Church, VA
Registered: May-24-08
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

Oh come on, that's an easy one. There are only two places in the areas with riffles/runs like that. Only one of them has a pebble shore opposite of a trail.

Sorry if that is too much Patrick

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#10 Jun-16-11 10:40AM

Ernie
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

I agree with Dan...the hand is hiding the clue.


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#11 Jun-17-11 5:11AM

CozUF2001
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

I private messaged Basscrusher. No worries on hiding the clue. Ernie's cousins have it pretty well scoped out.


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#12 Jun-17-11 8:26AM

bigjeffie
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Re: Goose Creek on the Fly - 06/09/11

i caught rock bass in there some 26 yr ago.

u had to hike to kepheart from rt7.

usually had it to myself, and the right week in spring was a bonanza

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