2 words come to mind instantly: 1. Unbelievable and 2. Congrats!! The Unbelievable part is as folows: 10 dozen shinners 135+ flags and 100+ fish and 1 hell of a Derby. Has your favorite spot ever given it up completly for 6-7 hrs? Well ours did!! First flag and fish was at 4:15 am Crappie 1-8. 14 1/4 inches and the last flag and fish was at 11:15 Yellow Perch 1-9. 13 5/8 inches. The fist and last fish were both Pins!! 30 bass or so, all 2 1/2 - 3lbs none bigger rrrrr million Pickerel around 20 inches with a few of the at 23 and a bucket full of Crappie and Yellow perch between 1 - 1 1/2 lbs. There were times, and many of them were we had 4-5 tilts out of the water, Both of my hands and I'm sure Chris's too, are still red and swollen from all the fish we caught, we have bass hand instead of bass thumb hhahahaa. The Congrats goto Chris and Dan for placing 3rd and 5th in the Yellow Perch and a $50.00 raffle winner to boot Woooo It was freezing and windy but so worth the FUN Great goob guys!!
Great job. We fished that tourney but went to South Pond. Had a relatively good day but nothing close to your day. Was kind of disappointed to see all the dead Bass up to 6 pounds hanging on the leader board. Wish they could do a better job of catch and release for the game fish.
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