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Old 05-03-06, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default "Sometimes change in size makes a difference"

I believe it was the Elite Tournament that Mike Iaconelli just won? Well if you remember he cut his bait down to half size. The past few days i have been fishing a pond with some success but not enough. Well tonight i was using Tiki Man Wave Worms...and was catching a few, but i decided to cut them in half..these were about 5 inches originally. Well after that it was history, the fish were really gettin on the bait easy then. I think with most the females nesting, and the males are too small to take much, the smaller the better, atleast that's what it seemed like. By the way, I was using a texas rig and it was bullet weight 1/8 oz with a 4/0 Gamakatsu Hooks. And, i also caught a really nice Yellow Perch on one of them small worms with that big hook, he was really pushin a sitation, but i just threw it back. Plus i think we caught 4 nice pickeral.

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