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Portable hand held fishfinders.
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Has any one of you float tubers or kyakers tried any of the portable hand held fish finders???  I am looking at a hawkeye hand held portable fish finder.  It has a 35 foot cord hooked up to a…Continue

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What type of animal is a bluegill?
2 acre pond with cattails all around it. It has crappie, blue gill, hybrids, redear, bass and channel cats in it.
What state are you from? This can help us get together for fishing trips!
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At 9:46am on September 22, 2013, DAVID L EITUTIS said…

HEY DILLY, GOOD TO HEAR FROM YA !!!! NAW the fishing here and down south was so so this year and ponds I used to fish got hit hard last year with the draught . I never kept a single fish from any of the ponds this year.
  I basically took the summer off and did stuff around here because of the heat earlier. Hope to be going to Iowa in the next two weeks , IF IT DOESN'T SNOW HERE , HHHHA HHHHHHA . What ya think of the cold nights here !!!!!!

   I"m actually looking forward to winter this year for some reason . I got lots of stuff to do this winter with some rod repairs for other folks scheduled and bugs to make.

   Have a good one and I'll holler and good to hear from you again ,,,,,,,,,

    TOOTY

At 5:30am on February 12, 2012, dick tabbert said…

Welcome aboard David to the bigbluegill.com. At this site we have lots and lots of information all you have to do is look, learn and enjoy. We have blogs that are interesting in themselves each one loaded with information all we have to do is look at them read them and learn from them. We have forums another tool to spread information on the site either in a question or shared gathered information so don't be afraid to participate, its a learning tool we can all learn something from. If we have knowledge of the subject matter please share so we can learn also, we all want to learn that's why where here. On the site is tons of information for us to fine tune our skills. When we do get to go out and fish we are learning maybe even using some of our new learned skills. Don't be afraid to share your fishing experiences with us we would love to hear about them. We have one of the best photo sections I know of anywhere put in by the members. There are fish pictures not just bluegills but lots of different species with lots of the quality picture's. Again it's there for us to use and get lost in all those quality photo's. No site would be complete without a video section and we have a great one with lots of video's to look at. There is so much to see on the site you can't help but to learn something about fishing and that's really why we are here to learn and have fun doing it. Then last of all we have a chat line which is very under utilized but there to use, you must be logged on to participate in any activity other than that it is read only. Enjoy our site and learn so we can become better fisherman and in turn enjoying our sport a little bit more. Have fun with the site and GOODFISHIN..

 
 
 

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