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#12288307 - 06/11/17 07:50 AM Richland Chambers Fishing Blog, Pics & Podcast
Gone Fishin' Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 12/16/01
Posts: 2781
Loc: Whitehouse, Texas

Thought you guys might enjoy this article from a Texas Fishing Game Outdoor Writer who took a trip with me this past week.

Enjoy! fish

Edited by Gone Fishin' (06/11/17 07:52 AM)
Royce & Adam Simmons
Gone Fishin' Guide Service

#12288554 - 06/11/17 12:07 PM Re: Richland Chambers Fishing Blog, Pics & Podcast [Re: Gone Fishin']
Scotty P Offline
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Registered: 07/17/06
Posts: 840
Loc: Plano
Excellent! Looks like some nice ones.

#12288617 - 06/11/17 12:59 PM Re: Richland Chambers Fishing Blog, Pics & Podcast [Re: Gone Fishin']
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Registered: 04/04/05
Posts: 7276
Loc: Richardson TX
Have to agree with the blogger, Royce. God made sandies for the kiddos and that includes me! Big Hibbies and stripers are icing on the cake!

I was born and grew up along the coasts for most of my life. I was resisting the Job relocation to DFW cuz the fishing may suck but boy was I wrong. Lake fishing is even more plentiful, year round, less gas and easier catchung than salt. Then I read up on how our lakes were formed, how the shad, the sandies, the striped bass, even the green fish got there. Man that has to be a miracle on how that fall into place over the decades from trials and errors made by noble folks before us. And made me so appreciate of it all. cheers


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