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Offline Thump Huntin

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Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« on: 08/20/17 17:26 UTC »
Here's a couple of dem my buddy and me caught.

Offline Do-It Corp.

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #1 on: 08/20/17 18:31 UTC »
Some good fish there.

Online DF

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #2 on: 08/20/17 19:14 UTC »
Wow, they don't grow them like that around here.

Offline Thump Huntin

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #3 on: 08/20/17 19:16 UTC »
Wow, they don't grow them like that around here.
Lol yeah they can grow big down here.  Was using a weedless 1/4 oz underspin with 3” slab slayer.

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #4 on: 08/20/17 19:26 UTC »
Wow those are nice!

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #5 on: 08/20/17 19:50 UTC »
Denny didn't make that ruler for you did he? lol

Those are some fine crapsters bud! It never ceases to amaze me how much larger the white crappie's mouth structures are between Minnesota's fish and those from further south.  Unreal.

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #6 on: 08/20/17 20:59 UTC »
I know they don't refer to large crappie as hawgs, but those are Hawgs. Nice job guys!

Offline Thump Huntin

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #7 on: 08/20/17 21:28 UTC »
I refer to them as hawgs, slabs, donkeys, toads as well as a plethora of other names.  Lol. Had several at the 14-15ish” mark.
« Last Edit: 08/20/17 21:31 UTC by Thump Huntin »

Offline WALLEYE WACKER

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Re: Caught Some Jim Dandy's Today
« Reply #8 on: 08/21/17 02:50 UTC »
Them are some really nice.crappies. Every once an a while when we're trolling for walleye's we get them in the 15-16". It always amazed me the they can catch a #7 shad rap going 1.5 mph.