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Got a mess of monster gills....

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Fished this lil local lake for a couple years now. Fished it pretty heavy for gills since barely any one else does, and it always produces good fish. Well today i caught some of the biggest gills ive ever seen. Our biggest was 10.5" (crappy shot with the tape) and our average was aroudn 8" and 1 pound. The 10.5 tipped the scale at 1.87 pounds. He'll be a good eater. ;D

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(a couple dinks got gut hooked, had to keep em)

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 Down here in the South, anything that looks even close to that is called a bream. I know there has to be almost 1/2 dozen types that look similar, it's still a bream :-/. By any name they are all good eating! It's really been too long since I had a mess of them to fry up :'(

                                            As Ever,

                                             Skillet

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nice! those are very pretty looking bluegills. Still not as pretty as red-breasted or pumpkinseeds, but they look nice and healthy.

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Nice job. Any Crappie in the pond? That's good eats too. ;)

Nope not that i know of. Just alot of gills, some dink bass, and some whopping *** perch you catch in the winter only. IMPOSSIBLE to catch in the summer.

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