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Fork #12373075
08/05/17 01:37 AM
08/05/17 01:37 AM
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Hello all,

Tomorrow (8/5/17), a few buddies and I will be going to lake fork for a morning/early-afternoon trip, I was hoping someone could give me some insight on depth and color tips. I figured the brush was the way to go, and seeing as how it's everywhere, I assumed that was not so much need to know information haha. But either way, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks y'all

Re: Fork [Re: RickyBobby4] #12373207
08/05/17 03:04 AM
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Timber on points and chartreuse jigs and adjust from there.

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