Repost from Local Ohio Talk - Wintering Flatheads in the Mississippi

Discussion in 'LOCAL INDIANA TALK' started by ThaWstSide, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. ThaWstSide

    ThaWstSide New Member

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  2. Fishgeek

    Fishgeek Active Member

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    Wow! That's great! I've heard stories of flatties stacking up like cord wood in the winter. I guess that's true!!!
     

  3. ThaWstSide

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    I was in awe! I would love to sit above that spot with a bucket full of live bluegill and just drop them right in the middle of them and see how many would actually bite. I am amazed by that video...
     
  4. whiteriverbigcats

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    Jim, That was awsome... I think im going to buy one of those cameras.. I know of a few places I would love to see the bottom and the fish there... thanks it was simple but you can learn alot from it... WOW!!!!!!!
     
  5. ThaWstSide

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    Shane, that would be awesome if we had a "delivery" method... Who has a boat? I would be willing to buy a camera today for some video like that! I wanna explore the log jam right here in white river by the railroad bridge...
     
  6. whiteriverbigcats

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    the one down by 16th st... Heck ya!!! I bet its full of flatties!!!
     
  7. RiverBuggy4x4

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    well you might find more than flatties say well i don't know JIMMY HOFFA blahahahahahahahahaha:smile2::tounge_out::smile2:<----roflmao
     
  8. ThaWstSide

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    Yea, that area is pretty "shady"... I wouldnt be surprised if we came up with something/someone but heck, if we was able to pull a couple "hog" flatties out beforehand I wouldnt mind it. Really, we are talking about white river here, those bodies probably dissolved already or the fishes done ate them! :eek:oooh: lol
     
  9. bnorth

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    That is too cool.