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    We spent the weekend at Nana & Papaw's on Lake Marion. Was to cold and windy to sit on the dock fishing, so we set out three 16 foot Bream Busters in the rod holders...and watched the corks from inside the house. A cork goes down, walk down to the dock, catch fish, toss fish in the holding tank, re-bait, then walk back up to the house. Repeat as often as needed. Kept 7 and turn back some smaller ones.
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    fine Sockolet slabs right there!
    Yippee Ki Yay

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    Nice slab there stlhunr
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    Man you two make it look easy! Congrats! Good eating!

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    Heat up the pan!!!!

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    Nice!!!

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    That's not exactly fair, you spose to have to work a bit to catch them! Jealous.
    Mark 1:17 ...I will make you fishers of men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaRay View Post
    That's not exactly fair, you spose to have to work a bit to catch them! Jealous.
    It's 50 yards from the house to the dock, and uphill back to the house, so you have to walk 100 yards per fish...that's work enough.
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