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Garland S. with an 11" red ear.  See the photo.

Now..  where is that trophy currently?

Puck
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Proud Papa.

Justifiably!

Puck
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General Discussion / Re: My favorite fish caught so far in 2015
« Last post by Puck on April 20, 2015, 01:50:33 PM »
That's great!

Puck
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General Discussion / My favorite fish caught so far in 2015
« Last post by Finn Maccumhail on April 20, 2015, 01:43:00 PM »
Not a big fish but my favorite thus far in 2015.

Too my 4-year old, Brady, to a neighborhood pond for his first fly casting lesson- caught a bunch of blue gills and a couple green sunfish.











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Outing Information Only / Re: John Scarborough Sunfish Spectacular - April 18th, 2015
« Last post by RobK on April 19, 2015, 04:58:02 PM »
Actually it was a princess rod!  A great time was had by all and the kids slept hard that evening. 
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Outing Information Only / Re: John Scarborough Sunfish Spectacular - REPORT
« Last post by Puck on April 19, 2015, 05:15:02 AM »
DRAFT:

Everybody caught fish.   Gotta post the snoopy rod fish here...

Rain held off until about 1600, and left completely at 1930.

12 anglers braved the weatherman's prediction and fished with us.

One non-fishing spouse came outside and joined us for a day outside.

Too much food and drink left over.

It rained a lot the night before, so we parked the cars and walked everywhere.

Yellow spider and Ligon seemed to work well, from my collection.

More later.....

Puck

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Outing Chat / Re: DRAFT: Devils River Adventure 2015 with ReelFly
« Last post by big_bad_John on April 16, 2015, 02:54:29 PM »
Nice! I went a couple weeks ago and kayaked from Baker's Crossing to Big Satan State Natural Area, a total of 30 miles.  We did it over four days, and it was hard work.  The  first half up to the first State Natural Area had a LOT of dragging.  We didn't fish while we paddled, only when we got to our campsite, and since the paddling took longer than expected, we didn't get to fish all that much.  I saw plenty of fish though! It's certainly a beautiful river.  If I were to go again, I'd probably do the same stretch you did, but spread it out over four or five days, take the paddling nice and easy and do a lot of fishing.  Anyway, sounds like you had a good time!
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Outing Information Only / Re: Colorado River at Columbus, Texas, Saturday, May 16th
« Last post by Puck on April 16, 2015, 05:01:02 AM »
Trip map from Howell Canoe Livery:

Map of day trip - 6.1 miles
 


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Outing Information Only / Re: South Llano River float trip, 12-14th of June, 2015
« Last post by Puck on April 16, 2015, 04:57:33 AM »
If you are staying in the cabins with us, you must bring your own linens, and towels.  These are not provided.

Puck
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