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#406774 04/05/15 09:31 PM
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Had to share with someone. 300 of these went in 2 years ago and I finally caught the first one today.
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How large were they when stocked? Was it a spring or fall stocking?

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Nice young fish.


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Cool! RES are a strange fish..... I don't often catch my larger ones. I do catch the 4 to 5 inch ones once in a while on a worm. They are like midnight janitors... smile They do there job and then they are gone before you get there and you never see them, but you know they are there cause you can tell!

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Originally Posted By: CJBS2003
How large were they when stocked? Was it a spring or fall stocking?

They were stocked March 2013 at 3"-4". I didn't get a weight but it sure felt fat.


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