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#504279 - 04/12/19 10:03 AM Re: Biggest fish to date! [Re: RC51]
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Yup that's exactly how I rig mine!! I sometimes use a bobber but a lot of times just chunk the bluegill out and kinda keep a very little tight line on him so you can see him kinda struggle and the fish cant resist. lol Good luck guys. I'll be trying again this weekend I'll let you know if I get anymore!

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#504281 - 04/12/19 10:10 AM Re: Biggest fish to date! [Re: Bill Cody]
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Originally Posted By: Bill Cody
RC's dandy HSB of 24" was stocked in 2012 which makes it 7 yrs old going on 8 years old in 2019. Keep us advised as the the growing of your hybrid striped bass. Here is RC's great bit of wisdom for catching any fish ""One thing I have noticed is that these fish see and eat a certain bait (type of food) day after day after day after day and if you can mimic that or use the real thing your fishing will be much better that's for sure!""



Thanks Bill yeah I have to generations in my pond. 2012 and 2014 the older ones are 7 plus pounds now and the 2 gens are like 4 to 5 pounds. Both sets of fish were put in, in April. If I catch a 2nd gen I will weigh and measure it also and let you all know what it is.

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Edited by RC51 (04/12/19 10:10 AM)
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#504873 - 04/24/19 09:41 PM Re: Biggest fish to date! [Re: RC51]
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Just watched this video - now I'm thinking about how to catch some tiny bg's, lol . Never tried to catch small ones before!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLs30N_1tnQ

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