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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by the bear
    great idea on the forum Jeff!

    I dont fish but momma bear does.


    VERY NICE PICTURE!!!!
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    ......Uhmmmmm? errrrrrr....ahhhhh.
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    .......Does anyone else think that the little short kid in the middle is NOT exactly..... cute?????
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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by mosi
    VERY NICE PICTURE!!!!
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    ......Uhmmmmm? errrrrrr....ahhhhh.
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    .......Does anyone else think that the little short kid in the middle is NOT exactly..... cute?????

    Dont Knock junior, he is my youngest, only he smells something terrible. But one hell of a swimmer
    Whats next?

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by the bear
    Dont Knock junior, he is my youngest, only he smells something terrible. But one hell of a swimmer
    Typical boy then
    If youíre riding ahead of the herd, take a look back now and then to make sure itís still there.

  4. #19
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    Nov 2007
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    Washington, MO / LOTO GG Bridge Area
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    Go to Basspro and get youself a coulpe of Bill Dance Porcupine Fish Habitat.
    They work as good as trees and you don't get hung up as much
    I have them under my dock at about 10ft. (my dock is in about 35ft of water)
    Fish started to move in pretty quick, I now have some nice crappie (two years) A little fish food helps to get them started.
    Take life with a grain of salt
    A wedge of lime, and a shot of tequila!

  5. #20
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
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    LOTO 9MM Niangua and Marco Island Fl
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    The great thing about blue gill is you can catch them with anything. When I was a kid we would catch grass hoppers, first then use them to catch bluegill. Even used the Lightning bugs we caught the night before.

    With my daughter I bought the white wax worms since she didn't like touching the sticky brown worms.
    Never liked those loud obnoxious boats, until I bought one of my own.

  6. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fool's Gold View Post
    The great thing about blue gill is you can catch them with anything. When I was a kid we would catch grass hoppers, first then use them to catch bluegill. Even used the Lightning bugs we caught the night before.

    With my daughter I bought the white wax worms since she didn't like touching the sticky brown worms.
    When I was a lot younger we could get the perch/bluegil so stirred up after our bait we could throw out a bare hook on our lines and they'd hit it (they were beating others to the 'food'...ooops!)

  7. #22
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    You said baiters, lol! Sorry bro, I had to be the one! LOL!
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