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      Chain Pickerel

      Last night I was able to visit a small pond near the house. It is a place I tend to hit more than the rest of the local spots, but for some reason I had not been to since early spring. I threw my small shoulder bag in the truck, and grabbed the 7/8wt CGR.

      I immediately noticed the water had an odd character to it? There were no bluegill boils to be seen, and tying on a #6 FBC brought nothing. Not even a small gill short-strike. What I did see though were a few instances of baitfish fleeing, which caught my attention.

      Switching over to a Mule Deer Diver proved to be the answer to the riddle. The pickerel were turned on! In a body of water I only tend to bring 2-3 in a season to hand, 5 fish came in a period of maybe 30 minutes.

      For the full blog, click on the link below:

      Topwater Chain Blog


      You and Joe Cermele! Nice catching!

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