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Finally got da boat out and went to favorite StateLake.   Lotta small bass and few bream.  BillDanced all of’em today.  Popper/dropper for the bream and big popper then diver(Cdad) bug for the lil bass.   Only got 4 bass that coulda ate.  All da bream were good size...The water has already greened up no Koi spotted.   😏

Tied a few droppers...

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Looks like you had a fun day. 

I went to a pond today and  fished from shore. Came home with 30 crappie and 5 nice gills. Gave a bunch to another guy at the pond.

All on a chartruse fly.

 

Rick 

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22 minutes ago, RickZieger said:

Looks like you had a fun day. 

I went to a pond today and  fished from shore. Came home with 30 crappie and 5 nice gills. Gave a bunch to another guy at the pond.

All on a chartruse fly.

 

Rick 

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Fish fry!!!

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Looks like a fun day, those Koi are stalking you.

What's up with the dropper, you getting more on the top or more on the dropper fly?  I've done it before, but it always seems to end up a tangled mess or snagged fish on a missed strike.  Then there's the part where I forget the dropper is attached and wonder WTH is going on with the topwater bug...then it disappears, I remember, feel dumb.

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Returned for couple hours targeting bream but some bass showed up.   Kept everything for my Bud’s pond.  Easy to do in the spring.  Later in the summer heat hard to transport w/o live wells.  Drain the water maybe help from transferring un wanted algae and plants.  The girls will get a kick when they catch couple of these later on.   Saw a pair of Canadas nesting in the back.  Gotta be careful approaching they can get aggressive...

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Hit another lake this afternoon.  Only caught 2 but pretty good ones.  The water was super clear so the frog worked.... Released them in Bud’s pond but least one croaked rereleased in freezer....😛

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