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Old 06-30-14, 11:58 PM   #1
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Today's evening trip was not ideal with low tide at launch and high tide well past dark. But some times if you go old style it really works out. As in old style I am talking about Texas rigged worms. Just slow rolling the edges of the creek. Then we had in the golden hours a Godzilla of a Potomac Pike that ran down a toad and hit three times right to the boat. Missed on all three hits and then hit another guys toad.. Awesome.





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Started with some senkos on a feeder creek but never got a bite going. But after a few moves we found some willing pesky LGMouth.
That is my big finger at the top of pic.



After so many trips someone finally used my casting platform. I was astounded that it got some usage.



Great crew also.

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So, it hit the other guy's toad ... did it get hooked on that one? No pictures of the snakehead?
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No the guys where good at casting but the whole wait a second and set the hook concept went right out the window when the 4 inch wide Potomac Pike started it's assault on the toads. Traveled about 20 yards to 5 feet from the boat and just watched us.
Most likely calculating the odds of getting one of those humans in it's mouth.

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Could be a classic example of conditioned response. Maybe that particular fish had been CPR'd before.
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