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#1 Nov-14-09 10:40AM

captmikestarrett
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Potomac River
Registered: May-06-08
Posts: 1837
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Ida give my thanks

After a weather event the blue cats are hungry and today was very good. Ran out of bait by noon and luckily the tide too. There where some big fish caught and lost today. The biggest was 47 inches long and pegged my 50lb scale.

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Capt Mike


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#2 Nov-14-09 10:51AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13122

Re: Ida give my thanks

Very nice Mike!

Below is part of a post that Capt. Mike made at 8:51PM last night over at the PRAC board concerning fishing after a big storm:

"After a weather event for me the river is higher than normal and somewhat muddy. This drives the big cats into thinner water to forage on gizzard and bluegill. Better fishing for sure."

I think he knows what he is talking about!! big_smile  All I can say is that I am glad he posts on this board, we all learn from him.

Check out the last picture.....right above the PRAC logo is another one, SMIB. Anyone know what that stands for?


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#3 Nov-18-09 5:16PM

L1Ranger
Northern Snakehead
From: Shenandoah Valley
Registered: Nov-20-06
Posts: 264

Re: Ida give my thanks

its like people from kentucky - only its maryland


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#4 Nov-18-09 7:07PM

Ernie
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Re: Ida give my thanks

Well....Southern MD.

Southern Maryland In Bred


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