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Me and Mikey at it again

Postby deputy jailer » Mon May 04, 2009 1:02 am

Me and Mikey have been spending some good days down on the lake. we take our cold jug of Kool Aid and some snacks and make a day out of it. Here a couple of pics from the past weekend. Bluegill and Crappie was biting good. Needless to say there was some good eating on ol Podges table tonight :D :D :D

Mikey caught alomost all of these big Bluegills
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Dad was busy catching him a mess of Crappie (22 of them to be exact :D )
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Austin tagged along this day but didnt like the Crappie fishing method :D
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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby Mr E » Mon May 04, 2009 5:52 am

Podge,
That looks like lots of fun and some good eatin, too.
In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. - Albert Einstein


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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby beaconlight » Mon May 04, 2009 9:26 am

Got me hungry going to have to get me a mess o fish soon too.
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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby JGtools » Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:01 pm

nothing more exciting then watching a young person catching a fish, the smiles tell the story! good job, and the fish look tasty. Jim
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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby Bill E Bob » Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:21 pm

Way to go Podge! Kick back once in awhile and enjoy life and the family :-:-):
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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby beaconlight » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:25 am

Lord yes enjoy them while they are young. Kids grow up all too fast. Grand kids are good too but they grow up too. I am waiting for the Great Grands to start.
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Re: Me and Mikey at it again

Postby BigBill » Sat Jul 04, 2009 8:04 am

AWESOME job Mikey/guys!!!!!!! There's some good eat'n there for sure. By the looks of your pic you'll never go hungry...... :lol:

I was fishing by the moon phases trying for a new state record large mouth bass. One day the frenzy began between the rain showers during the moon phases. I stood in one spot from shore and caught 19 bass. After that frenzy we deceided to go to another spot thats close by and i caught a crappie the size of a 5 gallon bucket lid. I never seen a crappie that big. The guys at InFisherman did a TV show about catching record breaking sized fish. They said to fish 3 days before the full moon and 3 days after the full moon. I also fished by the Maori charts too. They have a list of the best times to fish. I fished one day when they said it was "good early" so at 5am i caught a 10lb large mouth bass. I go out there to test lures and see how they perform. I'm having fun trying to wear out the rods and reels too. My point is go out there and have fun but put yourself in the path of the larger fish too. I like catching any size fish but the big ones will surprise you.

Get the kids interested in fishing its a great sport!!!!!

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