Do you love big bluegill?
In my case, it was a water moccasin in my grandfathers OK pond. I caught it twice, the first time no one believed me.Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by dick tabbert May 21, 2012.
I keep finding these in my minnow trap. They are about 1". Anyone know what they are, do they bite, do they sting, do bass eat them? …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jen Nayfly Feb 23, 2012.
I didn't catch anything tonight so I'm having popcorn and a margarita for dinner. Who is having something stranger?Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by chris kowaleski Feb 21, 2012.
I live in Murchison, TX and the population is 3254. What's yours? Who has the biggest or smallest town?Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacob Hill Nov 29, 2011.
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Sharon, my great, great grandfather, Rudolph Boysen, invented the boysenberry back in the early 19th century. I don't grow them, but they are part of the family tree.
Well ok you win ! But look at the size of the stick!!
Howdy Sharon, how have you been? been awhile since I've been on.
The bluegill was 9 1/2 inches
I finally got out to fish it felt great and we know it don't take much to make me happy in the fishing department. My sweet sister in law said she would set with the wife if I wanted to go. I guess we knew what that answer would be. I didn't catch lots of fish but I caught some quality fish. That don't mean I didn't catch any small ones cause I did. I threw them back. I did get about 6 P seeds probably between 6 and 7 inches that I wish I had kept and put in my pond, to me they are the most beautiful fresh water fish going. I used 1 ½ inch white pearl twister tail with a red 1/16 oz head. I caught total of 6 crappies,4 large mouth bass, 6 punkin seeds, 3 bluegills, 1 rock bass and 8 small perch. Had a blast. Have a good day and GOOD FISHIN..
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