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Cold Water Bronze Backs
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Joined:
07/01/2011
From Monticello/Paynesville
Posts: 3365
I boogied out of work early yesterday to go and cast some cranks on the shoreline down by the river. I fished an area that I've never tried before which took a bit of walking to find deep enough water to fish the stickbaits I had brought along. I managed a couple of smallies and lost around 3 at the bank. All fish were well inside of the current seem. It was tough fishing as there was a lot of timber and dead foliage on the river bottom but all in all a fun hour and a half well spent.

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Posted on: 11/7 9:02:36
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Re: Cold Water Bronze Backs
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From Mayer , MN
Posts: 4610
Nice work!

Posted on: 11/7 10:29:03
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Re: Cold Water Bronze Backs
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From St.Michael, New Ulm
Posts: 1521
Nice Bass!

Posted on: 11/7 13:25:57
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