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Old 07-04-2018, 02:29 AM
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Good job young Jedi. Those are some nice healthy fish. That last picture looked real nice to me. Do you think it had anything for the 19+ incher you had a rough time measuring?
Like others have said, your work is paying off & are close to that 5lber, & going from Padawan to Jedi master😉.
I would be in for a morning or evening bronze back outing..... Let me know, I'll get the bait.
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Old 07-04-2018, 04:09 PM
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The NB was still off color yesterday below the Lamington confluence fwiw.
Iím still new to the area but the NB from 202/206 to 22 has long stretches that run through private, posted lands or are otherwise difficult to access. From the road and the bridges I see water that makes me want another kayak. I can see why Andy wants to float it.
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Old 07-04-2018, 05:42 PM
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The NB was still off color yesterday below the Lamington confluence fwiw.
Iím still new to the area but the NB from 202/206 to 22 has long stretches that run through private, posted lands or are otherwise difficult to access. From the road and the bridges I see water that makes me want another kayak. I can see why Andy wants to float it.
I believe it was stained before the thunderstorms cause of round valley discharge. Was stained in lamington today. Thunderstroms were raging just north.

Still caught a whole bunch of dink smallies.
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