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Old 12-03-12, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default Frogs and SUPER THICK algae growth?

Fishing a lake with tons of grass and the top eventually gets covered with the really thick algae growth on top (I mean like what seems like 2 inches thick). There are really not very many open holes in this canopy just edges. So I was wondering if it is a waste of time throwing a frog in the middle of this slop ir just hit the edges. Is the thick snotty stuff too thick for frogs?
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