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Greasy B

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    Blue Sucker
  • Birthday 12/25/1960

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    About 70 miles too far from the nearest Smallmouth stream.
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  1. 20 years ago bro and I were at Rim Shoals Camp, we enjoyed a great steak dinner and turned in early, in the morning we went fishing. We’ve both been through a lot since then, but we haven’t changed much. Yesterday we played golf, we’ll have our steak dinner this afternoon.
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    Wrap them in bacon?
  3. Great fish, you earned her.
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    When I was a kid fishing for cats at Spanish Lake some older women showed me her secret bait, raw hamburger and Limburger Cheese, rancid meat and cheese that smells like 💩. Best bait I ever used. If sonny’s Dip or triple S smells anything like my old bait it’s a winner.
  5. The hybrid is beautiful. Yesterday the bass were in inches of water at the golf course, you could have picked them off with a bug.
  6. "I'd like to shoot the pinhead who allowed them to escape and the politicians that said it was okay to raise them" -Al Agnew, I couldn't agree more, in my view this was criminal, no punishment is harsh enough. I imagine their spread will follow the pattern of other invasive species, a boom in population followed by some equilibrium. We can only hope the equilibrium resembles what existed prior to their arrival.
  7. I couldn’t agree more but, every now and then..... Yankee Jim Canyon yesterday and Slough Creek today. I don’t keep a bucket list, no sense in dreaming of a trip so extravagant that I’ll never be able to do it, It’s more of a short list / long list of practical trips. The short list is a repeat the all things I love, overnighters on the Gasconade, Bluegill fishing in southern Illinois and the Bull Shoals tailwater. The long list is pretty doable: Red Fish in Louisiana, salmon and Steelhead in Michigan, Red Breast and Coppernose in North Carolina.
  8. You get extra points for catching them on a Block Head Popper.
  9. And the northern gills the way they bite. They make me want to keep my grease warm at night.
  10. Incredible fish, they look like Coppernose.
  11. The two forks of the Skunk River, and the English river looked good, even the De Moines was clear and inviting. Today going west on 80 the Raccoon and others were high from last nights rain.
  12. I’m driving across Iowa yesterday evening and today. I’ve seen some very interesting water glancing as I cross the bridges. I’d love to spend some time exploring.
  13. That’s why I love that stretch of river, of course I had my heart broken a few years back when Ruby’s landing showed up.
  14. Thank goodness, we would have lost another treasure if the river had huge parking lots, boat ramps at every crossing and signs on the interstate telling the masses where they were. I’m all for river preservation but experience tells us that can backfire. The wasting graph matches my observations, of course the water levels have to pretty low before you notice. The resurgence starts at the gavel bar that splits the channel just above the rockslide. Warm water percolates through the downstream side of the bar, between the local springs and Roubidoux you have almost double the water than at Hazelgreen. If you want to run a boat clean you need 500cfs at Hazelgreen. If you don’t mind eating the occasional rock your good to 300cfs. Depending on how much your willing to drag up or down a few tight spots you can do it much lower.
  15. I already have a pretty good understanding of the true authentic stupidity of most people. I choose to shield myself from most social and mass media so I’m not reminded of it every minute of every day. That’s the cool thing about free will, if want I can ignore the world outside of my bubble. I know it might sound like blasphemy to my fellow fisherman but one big fish is no big deal. Nobody did anything wrong and the world is no better or worse than it ever was. Fortunately; me catching a record fish is as likely as me winning the Lottery. If either did happen, I hope i’d have the strength to keep it to myself.
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