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Old 11-05-2010, 10:29 AM   #1
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Wow , I wish i could stock my pond with some of its offspring.

I Prefer to eat bream over any fish any where.

That is the only kind of fishing i do , catch them out of a spring fed creek or my spring fed pond. No Heavy metals or pollution.
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that fish was caught out of a spring fed lake, in some places the lake is almost 70 feet deep and so clear it looks like the florida keys
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that fish was caught out of a spring fed lake, in some places the lake is almost 70 feet deep and so clear it looks like the florida keys
Very Impresive indead. My creek has large holes with only hand size bream. i run fish traps and crawdad traps also.

The Creek running trough my property starts about 7 miles up stream in Walnut Hill and runs into Perdido river.

The Pond bream are really my wifes pets. I can catch them on a naked hook , good thing she doesnt read this forum
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wow i would love to have a stream running threw my property, i would put catfish in it
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My wife caught this one in the spring-fed lake we live on . . .
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Wow that's pan size. Brings backs memories fishing with my grandpa. He did love to fish for bream.
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:44 PM   #8
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now thats a big bluegill sounds like these clear body's of water grows some giants
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Now there's some yellow cat bait.
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One heck of a Bream....I can relate...Killed a 18" frog
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