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    dadgummit Trey, the top one is a brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy View Post
    dadgummit Trey, the top one is a brown

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    I noticed that later, too lazy to edit my post... As soon as I posted I was like hold up, and couldn't figure out why there were colored so differently, and then I remembered. I saw the white tips at the very back fin and automatically posted, I didn't really analyze it beforehand. Honest mistake.

    Again, do you think I should buy some San Juan worms to try out on the Caney? If it catches fish anything like real worms it's gonna be hard to keep a line in the water.

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    I think i fished them one time on the Caney & caught fish. that mimic the There are some small worms in the system, seem to run a grayish color.

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    I have often wondered the same thing about San Juan worms on the Clinch River. If you over turn rocks near the dam before generation. you can find a lot of inch log worms in a tan to orangish color. Any thoughts anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy View Post
    I think i fished them one time on the Caney & caught fish. that mimic the There are some small worms in the system, seem to run a grayish color.

    Grumpy
    I'll pick up a few and see how they do.

    Quote Originally Posted by jzimmerman View Post
    I have often wondered the same thing about San Juan worms on the Clinch River. If you over turn rocks near the dam before generation. you can find a lot of inch log worms in a tan to orangish color. Any thoughts anyone?
    Glad to know I'm not the only one thinking it

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