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If Mother Nature helps out, don’t goof it up

By Kurt Krueger

THE BOBBER landed right next to the partly submerged shoreline tree, and under it was hook, sinker and a small minnow set just a foot below the surface.

It took all of four or five seconds for the pencil bobber to pop and slowly disappear, dropping toward the tree as a fish returned to its underwater hideout. The hookset was solid and the fight was on, quite a battle trying to keep the fish from darting back into the maze of sticks and branches.

I hoisted into the boat a 12-inch crappie, a golden slab of a fish that had so much

Tuesday, July 09, 2013 3:10 PM
 

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