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Post Posted: 06:37pm - Jul 10,10 
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Gills Cats and Crops:

http://www.chitown-angler.com/2fish/displayimage.php?album=1860&pid=33352&slideshow=5000

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Post Posted: 08:08pm - Jul 10,10 
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Thanks Any !

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Location: Not quite over the hill, but has a breathtaking view from the lofty perch.

Post Posted: 08:17pm - Jul 10,10 
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Now that's just down right beautiful.................even "fishalot" had to enjoy that one. Nice fish John. And wsj does wish you many more.

Those orange or purple breasted ones just get the blood going.

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Post Posted: 10:00pm - Jul 10,10 
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We were greeted this morning by the smell of sulfur throughout the North unit. Some of those lakes and at least one of the small lakes in the South unit have somehow done some sort of flipping of their waters in the last day or so.
The large lakes of the South unit had no odor and the clarity was as good as ever but the fish were out of their normal summer haunts and it took a couple hours of hunt to figure out that only the wind blown bays and shorelines would have active fish for us to work over.
It was way too hot again today and those fish don't like this heat any more than I do.
The fish are all hoping for a cool down and some are even wishing for snow.

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Post Posted: 06:29am - Jul 14,10 
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WSJ, You're right! That is one incredible picture. Coodoos to the photographer!

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