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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Gilbert's= blue gills

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Never heard of Gilberts. Sounds good and good catch.

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Quote Originally Posted by GNappers View Post
    Awesome. Are these a type of crappie? Are they good Eats and if so how do you prepare them?
    Nope just some big gilberts. Did not eat them they are trophies. But if I did eat them just take their heads of remove the guts scale...salt pepper role in corn meal fry like the dickens in lake crisco. Squeeze on some fresh lemon and try not choke on the bones

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Awesome. Are these a type of crappie? Are they good Eats and if so how do you prepare them?

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    8 bullls today 2 plus pounds each very big. No drop shooting slip bobber small weight and Aberdeen hooks red worms

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff213 View Post
    I have drop shotted successfully for bluegills out in the delta. It works well if you can locate them.
    Awesome! All the bites I was getting were right next to the flooded willow trees so I want to use something that will keep my presentation in that zone as long as possible and figure this would be a great way!
    The way to a man's heart is through his fly!!!!!

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    I have drop shotted successfully for bluegills out in the delta. It works well if you can locate them.

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Quote Originally Posted by Sac/Striper/Slayer View Post
    I definitely will. I am going to be hitting Folsom after work tomorrow.
    I'm going to a private lake couple days with these hybrid gills get big as a crappie they were imported from out of the country. I will get pics but won't be able show them. Not until I figure how to post pics.
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    I definitely will. I am going to be hitting Folsom after work tomorrow.
    The way to a man's heart is through his fly!!!!!

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    Re: Hunting Bulls

    Quote Originally Posted by Sac/Striper/Slayer View Post
    I havent tried drop shotting for them but will be soon. I was using a drop shot at Folsom saturday and did very well up against any willow tree I could cast to. Did get a lot of short hit that I am sure were crappie or gills. Torm my plastic worm in half a couple times trying to set the hook. I will be trying it out this weekend using a 1/32 oz jig head and a small grub and see what happens!
    Keep us posted

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