Well.....I don't know????

Discussion in 'SOUTH CAROLINA LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by wild bill jp, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. wild bill jp

    wild bill jp New Member

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    Well, just got back from Marion... Got to fish 2 days. 1st day---fished like zombies due to lack of sleep---bad experience at Harry's....for details PM me---caught one close to 20 pounds and two nice fish 10++, 2nd day caught one over 20 ++, and 2 others that were nice size... Also caught a 2 pound crappie on an 8/0 hook with cut bait---WTH???
     

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  2. WillyMan

    WillyMan New Member

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    Nice, thanks for the pics
     

  3. JimmyJonny

    JimmyJonny Well-Known Member

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    LOL, yea we caught a few cappie/specks this year on large cut herring also. They catch me off guard when they do that but hey, they are great bait, LOL.

    Thanks for the pic's

    -Jim-

    Does anyone else call them specks besides me ? I never heard of the word " crappie " until I moved to SC from Florida.
     
  4. cleon

    cleon New Member

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    I call them Crappie, and boy are they tasty!!
     
  5. krowbar

    krowbar New Member

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    thanks for the report
     
  6. wild bill jp

    wild bill jp New Member

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    You guys that asked about my experience at Harry's.... I can't answer PMs because I have less than 10 post on the website. Later, James
     
  7. wild bill jp

    wild bill jp New Member

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    Still workin' on my 10 post but getting' closer every day.
    Also, intended to ask if it is legal to fish with live crappie or blue gill, I think you guys call them bream in Marion? In Ky it is illegal to use these fish as bait....
     
  8. brother hilljack

    brother hilljack New Member

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    Sounds and look like good fish.........................now get some sleep
     
  9. RiverratSC

    RiverratSC Active Member

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    If you catch bluegill, crappie and white perch on a hook and line its legal to use them as bait in SC.