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Post Posted: 08:49pm - Mar 29,10 
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When I saw the pics my first thought was bluegill smut, Poor Any. :D

If ya take any meds, take em before ya look. :crazy

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Post Posted: 05:47am - Mar 30,10 
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The 2lb gils in In-Fisherman they are huge but where is ANY fishing i just want a 12 incher LOL.
Nice catch whomever got em.
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Post Posted: 08:33am - Mar 30,10 
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Poor ANY

The pages are going to be shaking so much he won't be able to read the words. :D

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Post Posted: 01:41pm - Mar 30,10 
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Dr. Condello has a site (Bigbluegill.com) suprised Any your not a member ,anyhow Richmond Mill is where the kilos are coming from real coppernosed So.Carolina bluegills

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Post Posted: 04:32pm - Mar 30,10 
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I have no idea of what is being spoken of here.
Two pound bluegills?
There was a photo in In-Fisherman some twenty years ago of Shirlee Wilke who lives in Ogallala, Nebraska. She was holding up 2 2lb. bluegills that she had caught from a ranch pond out there.
One evening, some five or six or more years later, I happened to think about that photo. I was at home by myself and I scanned through my old magazines to find that photo and have another gander at it.
I couldn't stand it and grabbed the telephone and called Shirlee. She wasn't home but her husband and IO talked for quite a while about that ranch pond and the bluegills that they had caught from it.
He said the ranch had sold and the new owners no longer allowed others to fish that pond.
Then, a couple years ago, I ran into two ice anglers who knew the Wilkes pretty well and knew the ranch and the pond and told me of their own giant bluegills that they would get from time to time.
That photo of Shirlee Wilke and her two 2 pounders has been pinned above my drawing table for more than a dozen years now.
She still makes me sigh.

I know the Bluegill Big Bluegill site and from his site, I have learned of four different public waters that produce those kinds of fish. One day I'll have at a couple of em.

Now, about this latest In-Fisherman publication?
Somebody hit my mail box before me?
I'm getting the shakes here
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Post Posted: 06:54pm - Mar 30,10 
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Post Posted: 07:13pm - Mar 30,10 
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Any as soon as your mailman is done with your I/F you'll get to see the article,right now and I hope its O.K. to do so,check out wwwbigbluegill.com .its a site run by Dr. Condello . Richmond Mill is an 180 acre private pond which they tried to make a trophy bass fishery out of,GIANT gills also resulted. Jim Gronaw authors the article and is noted for catching big red ears in his home state of Maryland on of all things spoons.Oh yeah sweet dreams!

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Post Posted: 08:29pm - Mar 30,10 
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Ever talk knobbyheads with your postman? :rotflmao



Maybe the postman ripped out that centerfold and pinned it up on his own wall. :D



Big Bluegills.com sure is a good site Johnny Finn. I check it out every now and then.
You could spend the whole day just looking at the pictures.

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Post Posted: 08:37pm - Mar 30,10 
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k3 fisher wrote:
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UUhhmmm

Ever talk knobbyheads with your postman? :rotflmao



Maybe the postman ripped out that centerfold and pinned it up on his own wall. :D



Big Bluegills.com sure is a good site Johnny Finn. I check it out every now and then.
You could spend the whole day just looking at the pictures.



Centerfold???

I'm going to Borders!!

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Due to the size, more like a trifold. :rotflmao

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Post Posted: 04:23am - Mar 31,10 
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k-3 I only use the site for its highly informative articles,never look at the pics?

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Post Posted: 05:11am - Mar 31,10 
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Johnny Finn wrote:
k-3 I only use the site for its highly informative articles,never look at the pics?

Good thing, since I think all of the pics are of males! :rotflmao

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Post Posted: 04:00pm - Mar 31,10 
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UhOhh---Looks like the mailman better get things straightened out on Any Luc's street !! :scared

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Post Posted: 05:43pm - Mar 31,10 
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There was a farm pond in central IL we used to fish that had some very nice 'gills in it. Pretty sure they were pure, but don't think they were 14". That was some good fun, just watch out for the cows, and their..um...by-poroduct. Doc's pond

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ps My great uncle to a monster channel cat there in a canoe one time, would have loved to have seen that!

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Post Posted: 07:52pm - Apr 1,10 
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Any luck?

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Post Posted: 08:23pm - Apr 1,10 
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Any luck?



It's a no show.
Called the sweet mag lady and she assures me that another copy will be sent out;
In two to three weeks!

I give up.

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Post Posted: 05:19am - Apr 2,10 
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I have a "used copy" I could loan you!! :lol: :lol: :oops: :crazy

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Post Posted: 05:23am - Apr 2,10 
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Mr.Luc wsj just got his copy yesterday, maybe they send them out from north to south 8)~

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Post Posted: 07:33am - Apr 2,10 
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This one isn't in Illinois - and I don't know if it's still the case as I haven't fished there in decades - but Nelson Lake near Hayward used to have some incredible bluegills. The Nelson Lake brochure for several years had a picture of my uncle holding something like a 2+ lb-er.

Anyone been there in recent years?

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