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Re: Bluegill water

2009/4/21 16:39
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Coughlin if you don't mind me asking where you are located in the city? bluegill are easy to find. most small pond in our area have them. not really my cup of tea but they do put a bend in the rod and are fun to catch. if your looking to keep then maybe I would get away from the city but just catching them for the fun then you could find a spot very close. FDR, valley green, pennypack, to name a few. I have a small pond in a cemetery near my house that me and my friends put gills and a few small bass we caught in and two years ago they were still there. one bass we huge like 6 pounds.


Posted on: 2013/1/15 0:52

Re: Bluegill water

2012/3/22 8:26
From Couldn't Care Less
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This past summer I caught a ton on the Neshaminy and enjoy hitting the Jamison/Warrick area. Also had lots of success on the Perkiomen. Not sure the name of the town but I accessed it abt 7 miles north of Doylestown. Per English Prof .. going to make it my business to hit the Brandywine this year.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 10:15
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