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need to catch a few #13534110 04/25/20 05:13 PM
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Hoping someone can help....I want to catch a few for a fish fry this week. My son is coming over and I'd love to get him on some fish.
I don't have a cast net, but can get some bluegills and use for cut bait. We have kayaks. I'm guessing cats are not in the creeks anymore?

We live a few miles from north end of Eagle Mountain. Open to area lakes just not sure where to start.

Thanks for your help

Mitch


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Re: need to catch a few [Re: Ryno] #13534152 04/25/20 06:08 PM
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I would check shallow water next to reeds, flooded willows. Bluegill fillets, or whole scaled gills should get you some fish. Good Luck!

Re: need to catch a few [Re: Ryno] #13535722 04/27/20 03:30 AM
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I use bluegill in the winter they work great. or you can go to the market an buy a tulipa

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