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I understand it is a custom around here to conceal locations that produce fish. But there doesn't appear to be any concern about advertising areas that don't produce fish. So....I put my cedar-stripper in on the Bourbuese at Reikers Ford, paddled upstream a mile and a half and did not catch jack-sh(poop)it. But it was a great day and that canoe is a hoot to paddle.

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Nomination for post of the year. LOL

The custom, as I have ran into it, is not to post:

1. Non-public, small water areas because they are easy to wipe out by catch and keep fisherman.

2. Specific holes on public (advertised) water (except for the trout parks) same reason. (this is where I went wrong with OA on Blue Springs Creek)

3. Provide no information because your pissed at someone on the forum.

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I only post about Smallmouth that I catch and fry up while wearing a Concealed Firearm. Well, except for the times that I catch and eat trout out of waters other than trout parks.

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Maybe you're using reverse psychology David, in an attempt to keep Mic out of your honey hole! :)

"Honor is a man's gift to himself" Rob Roy McGregor

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Maybe you're using reverse psychology David, in an attempt to keep Mic out of your honey hole! :)

Dang Mitch that hurts.

Trying to help a brother out from the text whipping I got on reporting a public waterway, I found on the MDC website. Wait... what is David really saying? I know, I'll ask my wife, she is good at this game.

:hope-my-fake-smile-works-again:

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Dang Mitch that hurts.

Trying to help a brother out from the text whipping I got on reporting a public waterway, I found on the MDC website. Wait... what is David really saying? I know, I'll ask my wife, she is good at this game.

:hope-my-fake-smile-works-again:

Smiley face man, joking...... No personal attacks by me. :)

"Honor is a man's gift to himself" Rob Roy McGregor

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