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Chitown-Angler

Joined: 01:01pm - Apr 19,16
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Post Posted: 08:15pm - Feb 7,17 
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enjoy

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Joined: 01:30pm - Jul 30,15
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Post Posted: 08:49pm - Feb 7,17 
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Cool video the larger size Kastmasters will get you bigger fish sometimes just have to see whats working.

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Joined: 09:53am - Nov 18,09
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Location: NW IN

Post Posted: 09:11pm - Feb 7,17 
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Nice job

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Joined: 09:32pm - Feb 12,03
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Location: Not quite over the hill, but has a breathtaking view from the lofty perch.

Post Posted: 09:13pm - Feb 7,17 
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Very nice video, thanks for taking the time to share it with all of us who wished the could be next to you doing the same thing.

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Location: elmwood park

Post Posted: 02:30pm - Feb 8,17 
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I was next to you 2 saturdays ago. Well done buddy!

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Joined: 11:27am - Jan 21,16
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Location: Melrose Park, IL

Post Posted: 05:01pm - Feb 8,17 
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Great video young man, thank you for sharing. is that raw shrimp or cooked (or does it matter)

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Post Posted: 05:59pm - Feb 8,17 
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great job on the videos and nice haul of fish.

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Location: Lake County

Post Posted: 07:40pm - Feb 8,17 
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Looks like a fun time, thanks for sharing.
Little tip, don't be afraid to cast that Swedish. ..favorite way to catch perch, gills, crappie, and anything else that swims.

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Joined: 05:15pm - Jan 22,17
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Location: homewood

Post Posted: 12:36pm - Feb 9,17 
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Cool.

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Post Posted: 10:57am - Feb 10,17 
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great vid dylan. reno i hope your dad told you about the big one he lost. lol

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Post Posted: 04:48pm - Feb 10,17 
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He wont stop talking about it haha

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Post Posted: 10:47pm - Feb 10,17 
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reno is your dads name steve by any chance? if so i think i know him from crappie fishing

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Location: batavia

Post Posted: 08:24pm - Mar 5,17 
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is anyone getting anything at navy rn?

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Post Posted: 08:01am - Mar 6,17 
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Cool video. That kid was showing everybody up. Nice job

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Joined: 08:36pm - Dec 27,13
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Location: Bloomingdale

Post Posted: 05:22am - Mar 7,17 
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Might I suggest switching over to the single hook. Much easier to release the dinks. Nice video.

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Joined: 02:16pm - Mar 10,17
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Location: Crown Point

Post Posted: 07:58am - Mar 11,17 
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great video..

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Location: WAYNE, ILLINOIS

Post Posted: 12:06pm - Apr 13,17 
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Nice video. Looks like a pretty good haul. Might I suggest a subtle change in the way you reel in the fish. Don't reel up so much towards the end of your rod. This will eliminate the need to climb the rod every time and it will also give you some more slack so that you don't stick yourself with the hook if the fish comes off while trying to grab it. You should reel up just enough so that you can swing the fish into your lap with your wrist while your hand is still holding the rod at the reel. It takes a little practice to get used to it but it makes life much easier.

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