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#11721607 - 07/13/16 09:01 PM River Bream & Bass
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Registered: 06/16/11
Posts: 1225
Loc: Orange, Texas
Cleaned up my fly rod and line yesterday and put in my bass boat for a trip to the Sabine river this morning. Caught several bream next to cypress tree roots and a couple of small bass. The Sneaky Pete was the lure of choice. I use a 6 weight 8' rod that was purchased at BPS 20 years ago. A nice change of pace from using the heavy tackle.

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#11721618 - 07/13/16 09:08 PM Re: River Bream & Bass [Re: Ol Man River]
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Registered: 02/16/01
Posts: 13192
Loc: McKinney TX USA
It doesn't get much better.
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in memory of Big Dale
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#11721762 - 07/13/16 11:10 PM Re: River Bream & Bass [Re: Ol Man River]
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Registered: 02/06/13
Posts: 761
Loc: Sanger
Years and years ago me and a buddy camped out at Beavers Bend for a weekend with the sole purpose of catching trout to cook and eat in camp. We couldn't catch a trout to save our lives but we caught a mess of BIG Redears under some cypress trees in the park. We fried those up and had them with a bottle of white Zinfandel - one of the best meals I have ever eaten in camp, or anywhere else for that matter.
Glad you had a good trip.
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