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dan hufferd

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About dan hufferd

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  • Birthday 10/27/1967

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    pierce city mo
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    Gen 1:21
    And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly.... and God saw that it was good.

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  1. dan hufferd

    A bat in the house.

    I would have just left it in there.
  2. dan hufferd

    2019 Taneyfest

    I would like to trap about 10, 5" chub or stone rollers right now😁
  3. dan hufferd

    12/5

    Very nice ! Thank you for the report !
  4. dan hufferd

    New addition to our creatures

    Just found this picture of grandpa.
  5. dan hufferd

    New addition to our creatures

    For the 1st time in 20yrs we were out of Rottweilers, I guess my wife could not handle it, so....meet "Murk", he is 8 weeks and 20lbs. He already has a grumpy side, which I like. As it turns out his grandparents are our old dogs, it's kind of neat.
  6. dan hufferd

    Heading down tomorrow

    How did you do ? It was a nice day.
  7. dan hufferd

    Heading down tomorrow

    I don't hear anything, we wait for your report😁
  8. I just drop stuff all the time, for no reason??
  9. dan hufferd

    Winter Crappie Question

    Interesting ! I will try it for sure. Question: why are they shallow? Is it a little warmer some days, maybe on over cast days? A couple weeks ago I never caught a fish until I found a brush pile at 36', I pecked around on a few that were in the 20's then I thought, what heck I will move deeper, and there they were. It was a bright day, no wind water temp 49. Thanks. This is going to be an interesting thread.
  10. dan hufferd

    Winter Crappie Question

    I am very new at this winter crappie stuff, this has worked well for me.... Drive around find some brush at several depths, 25, 35, 45. I like tall piles 4 to 8 ft or tall. Then use a drop shot and minnow, nose hook it, hover over the brush pile, drop that rig right down in the brush, then slowly lift it out, stop and hold every so often. The key is being able to stay vertical It is slow work but fun. You can use this rig for all kinds of habitat.
  11. dan hufferd

    Friday Bust

    I found baby walleye, and a nursery for of small mouth. Not good, your not alone, really neat evening to be on the water. There was a cool change in air pressure in the evening, I thought for sure the fish would bite, nope. I probably should have thrown a jerk bait all day.
  12. I saw this too, crazy ! I tried the gps/ fly blind thing once, almost died, never again ! I guess the good Lord still has something for me to do ?
  13. dan hufferd

    I am ready for crappie lessons !

    I didn't mean to post 2 videos, just the April one sorry.
  14. dan hufferd

    I am ready for crappie lessons !

    I don't know about garmin but on my lowrance It matters if the the target is moving or not, a moving fish will appear as a line relative to it's size, or rather density. I have caught these deep walleye before, I would guess they are going after bait that didn't make it through the cold, or sometimes it seems like the work under other feeding fish, picking up the stunned and wounded. I can always tell a drum by the way the vector toward the lure, those suckers can flat out feel the vibration of a falling spoon !
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