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December 18, 2018


william reneau

Here's something I would have never imagined: Fishing a neighborhood lake yesterday about 3:00 PM and heard a ruckus at one end of the pond. Looked and a good size bass was corralling bait at the bank as though it was mid summer. I told you on BR that I was doing my tropical dance to keep winter at bay. Caught six after work this afternoon. Keep the faith.

Big Indiana Bass

That's cool about the bass herding bait in this water. Haven't been to any of my ponds yet, but that is going to change here soon. Have caught a few misc bass while crappie fishing, but haven't intentionally fished them for nearly 2 months now. Ready to hook one or two before things freeze up.

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