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Big Gill

Started by Stone-Man, May 26, 2018, 16:48:48 pm

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Stone-Man

This fish is a little over 10 inches
And fed me by itself

001 by John Thomas, on Flickr

002 by John Thomas, on Flickr

  JT

greg

That's a nice stringer of fish there.

Phil

Nice slab gill, JT.  'c;

Al

You want big "Big Gill's" suck up to me and get an invite to fish my secret pond in Patrick County - This time of the year you can catch more than you care to clean.

If you don't have any Allieworms the pond side price is pretty steep :P

Stone-Man

Al, my friend---------- we just live way too far apart.
Have you ever caught a 12 inch bluegill out of that pond    ???

  JT

Al

Quote from: Stone-Man on May 27, 2018, 11:59:38 am
Al, my friend---------- we just live way too far apart.
Have you ever caught a 12 inch bluegill out of that pond    ???

  JT


I have never measured them but probably not. Lots of nice ones though. Bigger than anyplace else I have ever fished. They turn sideways with a fly rod and you know you have a fight on your hands.

Owner wants all fish caught, with the exception of big bass, to go into the cooler. That way the pond does not become over populated.


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