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Old 06-16-2007, 07:37 AM
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I could not believe this. My daughter in law and her boyfriend invited us to one of thier freinds house to fish. I got there to find that this gentleman had purchased old railroad property where the rr tracks were in a depression of approx 18-20ft. He had a buddy of his bring his heavy equip and **** off two ends of this depression and it became a 30ft by approx 1/2 mile lake. It was amazing and took some incredible foresight. This place was absolutely incredible.

I decided to try that red brassie with rainbow flashabou that I tied up and was getting bluegills like I've posted below, but there were several caught on spinners that were easily twice that size......

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Very clever use of a resource that, I imagine, no one else saw value in.
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Now that is cool!

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That is amazing!
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