Dwayne, ty for adding me. I look forward to sharing the wisdom of fishing. I have been at it 41 yrs, and fished the USA , central Am. , south Am. I am retired Army spcl ops . fought in the drug wars mostly, sniping, or raids. Glad to now just hunt down bluegills and some extrme fishing of channel cats. Glad I found this site and the good people I have already talked with. Looking foward to a rewarding exchange.
Thanks Dwayne for selecting me as a friend. If I can help you in anyway let me know. I've been fishing since I have been out of diapers, that's a long time ago. Was in a local bass club in Toledo Ohio. That wasn't my cup of tea I wanted to fish to relax and in the club it wasn't relaxing. I'm a retired auto worker who is obsessed with fishing, can't get enough but since sickness in the family I now only get out once or twice a year wanting to catch that giant gill. Along the way if I can help someone by answering a question or two then so be it. I just hope with my infor it will help down the road. I love to fish for anything but the top of my list is perch (good eating) blue gill that includes all the sunfish group and crappies. I fish ultra lite rods and reels and small spinners and jigs. I fish out of a bass boat that's part of the comfort factor when I fish I'll go in the early morning or evening, try to do both. If I can help you please ask and in return maybe one day you can help me or someone else. Dwayne welcome aboard and GOOD FISHIN...
Thanks for the friend invite. I used to fish down in your neck of the woods, at Kinkaid Lake. I've heard repoerts of some really nice Crappie coming out of there in the early spring, the past couple years. Need to get back down there.
Are there some big bluegills there at Lake Murphysboro? What about Shellcrackers or Redear?
I've been going to Kentucky Lake. They have a lot of big Redear and Gills there, if you can find them. One of the best lakes in the country.