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Post Posted: 11:52am - Jun 1,10 
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Hit Hickory Creek Sat. for a few hours. Got 2 small mouth. They were pretty small. Got them on a countdown Rapala. Fished under Briggs

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Post Posted: 09:40pm - Jun 1,10 
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Thanks for the report. How was the clarity?

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Post Posted: 09:10am - Jun 2,10 
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It was a little muddy.

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Post Posted: 02:10pm - Jun 4,10 
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fat wrote:
It was a little muddy.


Thanks fat. Maybe I'll see you out there some time?

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Post Posted: 06:04pm - Jun 22,10 
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Still have not hit the creek for smallies yet.... if you guys have any tips or places to start I would appreciate it. Definitely will probably go with a rooster tail, and a power worm, and possibly a small lipless crankbait.

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Post Posted: 07:34pm - Jun 22,10 
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datewithmidnight wrote:
Still have not hit the creek for smallies yet.... if you guys have any tips or places to start I would appreciate it. Definitely will probably go with a rooster tail, and a power worm, and possibly a small lipless crankbait.

Hey Travis, You'd be much better off waitin until the Creek subsides, & water clears up. It's really high, fast & muddy right now. Dave

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Post Posted: 10:42am - Jun 23,10 
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Travis, I fish Pilcher park alot.Soft plastics skirted grubs,crawfish ,tubes on light jigs work best for me.
Lots of Rockies ..waiting for rain to stop and water to clear then I'm going to check it out.Tom

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Post Posted: 08:18am - Jun 30,10 
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Where do you go in pllcher park to fish I would like to give it a shot

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Post Posted: 03:56pm - Jul 1,10 
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FishinAllDay wrote:
Where do you go in pllcher park to fish I would like to give it a shot



Start in the middle near the foot bridge and walk upstream :)



Cross the bridge first tho...

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