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#1 Oct-18-08 4:32PM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
From: VA
Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

Matt and I went fishing on Beech and then Cedar at 5 30.  It was extremely cold.  We each caught a bunch of little ones.  A 2lb 1oz bass on Beech attacked my wacky worm on my second cast to deep water.  We then went to fish the point on cedar, as we always do at the end of our trips to the ABC's.  Caught a few little ones and then wham!!..Matt had a 2lb bass.
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Tournament update to come when I finish it!

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#2 Oct-18-08 4:33PM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

I rotated the image in both photobucket and picture motion browser and it did not carry over!!!

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#3 Oct-18-08 4:49PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

OK....nice post tourney fishing report. NOW......GET THE TOURNEY RESULTS UP!!

Lots of people waiting to see the results!!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#4 Oct-18-08 4:52PM

redskinsfan360
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Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

I am in the middle of working on it....it takes a LONG time!!!!

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#5 Oct-18-08 4:55PM

bigfoot
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

charlie you take forever


working is for those who don't fish

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#6 Oct-18-08 5:06PM

fishin4food
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From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: Mar-21-08
Posts: 278
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

I just saw my brother(charlie) typing the results up... He says "hopefuly" they will be on the forum by 9:00...


john.hill.t94@gmail.com

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#7 Oct-18-08 5:07PM

Bass Hunter
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Registered: Oct-19-07
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

It was a beautiful day for the tournament. Even though I sprained my ankle really bad this morning, I wanted to come out and support all the youngsters out there. Even taught one kid how to tie a proper knot and rig a wacky worm. Unfortunately, I had to leave a little early because my ankle was swelling bad from walking all three lakes.

Good to finally meet Andrew, Josh, and Broad Run's softball coach. I had a great time helping out, meeting, and fishing with everyone.

Ernie - hope you were able to get all of those sticky weeds off of your clothes smile. I will send the photos I took to you very shortly to post.

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#8 Oct-18-08 5:07PM

fishin4food
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From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: Mar-21-08
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

...he is slow


john.hill.t94@gmail.com

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#9 Oct-18-08 5:11PM

Ernie
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

I may be asleep by 9 PM!!

Why does it take him so long? I am going to have to teach that young feller how to do these reports!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#10 Oct-18-08 5:13PM

Ernie
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

Bass Hunter wrote:

Ernie - hope you were able to get all of those sticky weeds off of your clothes smile. I will send the photos I took to you very shortly to post.

Khahn,

Thanks for coming out. it was a lot of fun. As soon as Charlie gets the report written, I will add a ton of pictures. I will also put them up on the PHOTO page.


Time to go fishin' again!

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#11 Oct-18-08 5:34PM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
From: VA
Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

Thanks so much for the help!

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#12 Oct-18-08 5:50PM

CozUF2001
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Richmond, Virginia
Registered: Mar-26-08
Posts: 1419
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

Nice dedication to catching fish. Now try throwing something other than a wacky worm...time to master your next lure!


If it were easy, they'd call it catching!

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#13 Oct-18-08 5:53PM

Ernie
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

I agree with Patrick.....it's time for a new bait!


Time to go fishin' again!

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#14 Oct-18-08 5:55PM

redskinsfan360
Patagonian Toothfish
From: VA
Registered: Mar-10-08
Posts: 1389

Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

CozUF2001 wrote:

Nice dedication to catching fish. Now try throwing something other than a wacky worm...time to master your next lure!

It is too much fun.  I seem to master a different lure seasonally, but after I learn it good enough to catch a ton of fish I just cannot stop.  Matt and I always talk about switching to something else as we fish, but we never seem to do it.  We have both been working on this Pig and Jig thing...so far we each have a bite.

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#15 Oct-18-08 6:04PM

Ernie
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Re: Post Tourney Fishing on Beech

redskinsfan360 wrote:

We have both been working on this Pig and Jig thing...so far we each have a bite.

Go stand next to Coz or Curly next time you see them throwing it......


Time to go fishin' again!

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