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    Quote Originally Posted by olstyn View Post
    Oh, I know. I'm just impressed at how ambitious small/medium bass can be sometimes.
    Do you have the little Green Sunfish where you live? If those things got bigger I wouldnít get in the water.

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    I'm not sure if we've got that exact species up here in MN, but we've got plenty of other varieties of sunfish, and yeah, those suckers are surprisingly aggressive. I would not want to be a worm or a leech in the water with them. What's really funny is when I'm casting for muskies or pike and they start investigating the lures I'm throwing. I'm never 100% sure whether they're stupid, curious, or just trying to school with the lures, but it gives me a laugh regardless.

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    We have bunches of that exact species here in KC's stocked ponds. They will hit a bare hook. Boy tied for first at his scout fishing derby this year with 21, mostly those, in two hours.

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    Have been doing some fishing lately. I haven't cared about fishing for a few years, as it has been all trout fishing. I have caught so many trout I don't care if I ever catch another one. I have discovered some good warm water fishing within a couple of hours of home, so we have been hitting that. Three trips, three to four hours fishing each trip, caught 48 fish total. 23 White Bass, 13 Black Crappie, 3 Smallmouth Bass, 3 Walleye, 4 Bluegills and 2 Drum (yuck). My filet knives have been getting a workout. We took one of my daughter's friends whose parents never do any outdoor stuff and taught her how to fish. She killed it. Had a great time.

    A few slabs and white bass in the bucket.

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    A quick dozen trout today. Ranging from .75 to a little over 2 pounds.

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    I saved the heads, tails, and guts and made popsicles out of them. Will be using them for crawfish bait here pretty quick.

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    Mudbugging, sunset and a storm. The Crawfish appeared to like the popsicles just fine.

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    Pretty Redbreast on the 4wt yesterday afternoon. Then a large Bluegill in the mix as well. Good for the soul!



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