Bass Turds River Sighting

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  1. gabe0430

    gabe0430 Banned or Parked

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  2. DanielOcean

    DanielOcean Steelhead Virgin

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    I heard about your run in. Nice fish. Oh thanks for inviting me out there. pfft
     
  3. Noice slimer, thats a bigger one
     
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    The hump meat is the best part! Ha ha
     
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  6. you havent seen a chum yet
     
  7. Nick Clayton

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    Chums are beautiful..... in their own way.
     
  8. yah for the fight, aesthetically i think a turd after eating corn the night before looks more appealing
     
  9. Nick Clayton

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    Ever caught a bright one? A fresh, salt caught chum with its stripes barely showing is a bad ass fish.
     
  10. DanielOcean

    DanielOcean Steelhead Virgin

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    Wow dude really.
     
  11. i have not unfortunately, all mine been mid colored to nasty purple/green
     
  12. Nick Clayton

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    Ya, they are definitely nasty when they get up into the rivers. Last year I got into a pod of smaller, 4-7lbish, bright fish in an estuary. Had a great couple hours catching those fiesty little buggers till they moved on.
     
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    Mmmmm chum salmon the other white meat.
     
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    Unfortunate moniker... I was hesitant about opening this thread :) . The reason chum look so ratty is that they... for some reason... wait until they are almost dead before they head in to spawn. I'm not sure why but when I caught this one, we found ourselves in the middle of a run of bright chum near the end of the season. Guess they didn't have time to hang around in the Ocean.

    What they don't have in looks they make up in fight. ...at least the ones I've caught.

    This one was as bright as any I've caught.

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    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    Nick,
    Chrome chums suck....;)
    When the estuaries are blown due to the creeks puking trees and mud, time to hit the river high water spots with the gear rod.
    This one isn't really very bright. :D
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