Hit up the Chu with badlarry early Saturday morning. Hoping for something and not disappointed, ended up hitting 2 nice smallies, both caught on shiners. First ringing in at 4lbs & the second at about 4 1/2lbs.
Looks like we were in the right spot, right time. A guy fishing about 10-15 yards down from us hit a nice smallie(3-4lbs) and a couple lakers so it looks like the bite is on at the Chu.
I guess all Res Fishing isn't the same, cause BadLarry, U slayed the Sud,maybe you should start calling the the Chu the Res, cause the Chu isn't working... hahahahahaha Sorry Bro It will happen, maybe u need a New partner, I'm sure you would have NO problem getting one if you posted it, hahahah, not that AEM is giving up on you... hahahahaha
Yeah I am snake bitten at the Chu but I don't give up that easily!Still have about a month and a half to fish it and I will make it out there a few more times before season ends and I will get mine.If not,like Red Sox there is always next year ha ha!
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