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  1. #8
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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    I like that boat

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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    no more plants at Frenchmen? I thought that was true, hope not.

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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    Glad to hear you are back on the water Brendan. Those frenchman fish are first rate in my book.

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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    That is a great "Classic" you got there old buddy............
    it should do you well and take a beating, like mine did.

    Yes, dodgers and blades both will do the work at Frenchmans and
    also spinners and flatfish and flys if you are one of those "Uppitty" guys......... ;)

    Glad to see that you found those pesky raskles............ :D :D

    Good fishing.


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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    The paperwork says 1966 Glasspar and the motor is FD 21R Johnson, which from my research is a 1967.

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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    One of My favorite lakes. Always produces nice fish. Thats a very clean looking boat. What year? I love the classic old boats.

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    Re: 5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    Thanks for the fine post. Looks like a good day on the water. It's nice to be able to take the whole family! ;D

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    5 from Frenchmans 6-7-09

    Holly and I hit Frenchman yesterday in the new to us boat



    We trolled thru alot of unproductive water before finding some rainbows.

    Shot with KODAK EasyShare Z980 Digital Camera at 2009-06-08


    Once we found the fish we put 5 in the boat in about an hour. The ranged from 8-16 inches and seemed to favor a bare worm behind silver sling blade and were near the surface.

    Emma had a good time too.



    I get to pick out some new 'riggers at work today, can't wait to get back in the koke game.

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