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#1 Feb-28-16 7:18PM

KevinJ
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Nov-02-14
Posts: 133

Brambleton 2/28/16

Slow day to start, but fish moved super shallow by the end of the day and were smoking reaction baits all evening. Probably finished with 30 to 35 bass in the 12-15" range. Nothing huge, but I'm definitely not complaining for February.

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#2 Feb-29-16 4:34AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13128

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

That's some nice action!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#3 Feb-29-16 7:28AM

firemunkee
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: May-23-13
Posts: 1525

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Warm weather and biting fish, that's how to enjoy a February day!


Together we'll fight the long defeat.

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#4 Mar-01-16 6:50PM

KevinJ
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Registered: Nov-02-14
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Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Picked off this giant today... Didn't get an official weight, but it was no doubt over 7 and about to explode.

http://i1381.photobucket.com/albums/ah240/kevinjmalone/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsilnsnpad.jpeg

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#5 Mar-02-16 4:52AM

Ernie
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Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

My, what a little reel you use! Nice pig!!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#6 Mar-02-16 5:02AM

AndrewDo124
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Alexandria
Registered: May-27-08
Posts: 963

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

what a fatty!!!!!!

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#7 Mar-02-16 5:43AM

Curly
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Mar-15-10
Posts: 4970

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Very nice fish.  You definitely need to put a tape measure in your fishing pack, or at least one that clips on to your belt (carpenter type).  I'll post this one at 7 lbs on the Best 2016 bass thread big_smile .


Hell or High Water...........I'm Fishin!!   big_smile

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#8 Mar-02-16 7:32AM

firemunkee
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From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: May-23-13
Posts: 1525

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Fat! What did it take?


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#9 Mar-02-16 8:03AM

KevinJ
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Registered: Nov-02-14
Posts: 133

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

She inhaled a red rattle trap in a couple of FOW.  I pegged a 4+ pounder yesterday too, but it looks pretty tiny in comparison.

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#10 Mar-03-16 4:33AM

hookup
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Jan-31-12
Posts: 1084

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

She's full of eggs

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#11 Mar-06-16 6:57PM

Hank
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Registered: Nov-14-15
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Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Nice fish!  Visited the same place today and caught 2 keepers in 30 minutes.

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#12 Mar-07-16 7:07AM

KevinJ
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Registered: Nov-02-14
Posts: 133

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Hank wrote:

Nice fish!  Visited the same place today and caught 2 keepers in 30 minutes.

Were you there around three o'clock with another person?  I was on the other side of the lake.  I got five and my buddy picked off one in about an hour.

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#13 Mar-07-16 10:52AM

Hank
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Registered: Nov-14-15
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Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

I showed up a little after 4pm, and I was asking those two guys if they were Kevin!  I didn't see you guys on the other side, so I assume you had left.  Unless you don't like to give away your identity smile.  I was on the side with the long straightaway without houses.  First time for me out there, so I would love to meet up with you sometime to see what I could learn about the place.  It looks might shallow....but my two fish were healthy.  I live nearby, so I am going to find a way to sneak by later this week with the temperatures moving up.

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#14 Mar-07-16 6:57PM

Bass Hunter
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Oct-19-07
Posts: 677

Re: Brambleton 2/28/16

Nice pig Kevin!! She is fat!!

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