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#11052674 - 08/20/15 12:48 AM Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River
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Some GoPro snorkeling footage from Sunday:

https://youtu.be/AhINPgm9M1Y
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#11052675 - 08/20/15 12:49 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Only caught this guy



and this guy:

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#11052683 - 08/20/15 01:29 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Very cool! clap Kinda odd not to see any Longears or Redbreasts, but they normally occupy more riverine areas and I didn't notice much current in the vid. Very cool to see the river from that POV. Thanks!
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#11052771 - 08/20/15 07:07 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Solid post! Enjoyed the video. Good job. cheers
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#11052940 - 08/20/15 08:40 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Cool video and nice Bass. Were you skin diving while you were filming the Bluegills? Again super post.

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#11053150 - 08/20/15 10:11 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Thank you, glad you guys enjoyed it. Yes I was hoping for some Longears or some Rios. This was a slower part of the river. I didn't get to explore as much river as I'd hoped.

Yes I was just diving down with a mask and snorkel, no fins. It was interesting the bluegills and bass were less weary under that tree, I found some other structure with as many fish but they were camera shy.

We're already talking about our next trip!
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#11053197 - 08/20/15 10:31 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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That was cool!!! Well done and thanks for sharing thumb

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#11053839 - 08/20/15 03:11 PM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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that's awesome, thanks for sharing
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#11053930 - 08/20/15 03:45 PM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Cool video, is the bass you're holding the one from the video?
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#11054043 - 08/20/15 04:48 PM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Nope, the one I caught was swimming in a school with two others about his size. Its hard to tell in the video, but that bass was a hawg! I'm estimating the one in the video to be around 4 or 5 lbs. He could have eaten the one I caught, literally.
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#11058879 - 08/23/15 01:47 PM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Enjoyed both the video and the post! I have fished the Sabinal River a couple of times this summer and plan on fishing it a lot more. woot

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#11082623 - 09/04/15 12:23 AM Re: Bluegills/sunfish are not shy in the Sabinal River [Re: Brocephus]
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Originally Posted By: Brocephus
Thank you, glad you guys enjoyed it. Yes I was hoping for some Longears or some Rios. This was a slower part of the river. I didn't get to explore as much river as I'd hoped.

Yes I was just diving down with a mask and snorkel, no fins. It was interesting the bluegills and bass were less weary under that tree, I found some other structure with as many fish but they were camera shy.

We're already talking about our next trip!





Thanks. I kind of figured that. Again cool video.

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