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The Other White Bass #13965172 04/18/21 09:08 PM
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Sunny K scooped me up and decidedly we were going fishing after my work day. Who am I to say no? Hope y’all are well and fishing! Stay Sunny y’all!


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and all that is within me,
bless His Holy Name!

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Re: The Other White Bass [Re: jagg] #13965434 04/19/21 12:54 AM
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Have "Rod will Travel" ! Awesome video Sunny T and Sunny K. thumb



Side Note: Got a very good education from your video in the Bluegill Section. I finally can tell you what a White Perch is. cheers


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Re: The Other White Bass [Re: jagg] #14035987 06/18/21 01:04 PM
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Well I have always called those white bass. I will say that Mepps spinners are one of my favorite pond lures.

Re: The Other White Bass [Re: jagg] #14036002 06/18/21 01:13 PM
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We called those white perch that got land locked "stickle backs" and they usually got way bigger than the little guys that ran up out of the bay in the spring.

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