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Father/Son Fish Pics

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Mr. Niceguy, Sep 11, 2006.

  1. Mr. Niceguy

    Mr. Niceguy Senior Member

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    Here's the highlights from an evening out on a small local lake with my son:
     
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    Mr. Niceguy Senior Member

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    that's great and from the looks of it and by age your son did better than you in his catch ;)
     
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    Like most dads, I get a lot more out of watching him catch one, than catching one myself.
     
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    Very nice bass, dudes....how big? the kid`s looks to about 4 lbs.

    Yours, maybe 5-6?

    What caught on?

    WE NEED DETAILS, MAN, DETAILS......

    Lol

    I`m out :thumbsup:
     
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    Mr. Niceguy Senior Member

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    Well, the battery was dead on my digital scale, but I estimated the boy's to be around 3.5, and mine to be a little over 6. His was caught on a 10" black worm, and mine on a black & blue 1/2 oz spinnerbait. Both fish were suspending on steep dropoffs about 20 feet from the weedline in what used to be the river channel of this impoundment.
     
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    Thanks, Mr. Niceguy, you ARE a nice guy....

    I was pretty close on the weight guesses...

    The spot you caught those, is kind of thing the experts always point out.....near cover , and over or near the original channel...thanks for the info.

    I`m out :thumbsup: