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#1 Oct-18-09 4:08PM

CozUF2001
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Richmond, Virginia
Registered: Mar-26-08
Posts: 1419
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Cedar Report - 101809

I hit all three lakes today searching for Crappie. I caught one small bass in Beech, nothing in Alder (though I only made about 5 casts), and one bass in Cedar. However, my bass in Cedar was a nice one. 3lbs 2oz!

See if you can pick out something interesting in this photo:
http://i325.photobucket.com/albums/k385/cozuf2001/Cedar_3lb_2oz_Bass_101809.jpg

His mouth is wide open because he has about a 6oz bluegill wedged in there. The tail is sticking out and he still ate my shaky head worm! I weighed the bass with the bluegill in its mouth because you want to get all the weight you can! lol


If it were easy, they'd call it catching!

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#2 Oct-18-09 4:41PM

Dominion Dan
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Falls Church, VA
Registered: May-24-08
Posts: 1055

Re: Cedar Report - 101809

Did you pull the bluegill out? Was the bluegill stuck because of it's fins? I hope he got to eat that 'gill, he could stand to put on a pound or two. Nice catch!

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#3 Oct-19-09 6:20AM

CozUF2001
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Richmond, Virginia
Registered: Mar-26-08
Posts: 1419
Website

Re: Cedar Report - 101809

Thanks for the crappie advice. I have been using the 4-5' between bobber and jig while fishing deep, but to no avail. I will persist, of course, but would like to get this crappie bite going! The shaky head was for bass only.


If it were easy, they'd call it catching!

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