It's a TROUT!!

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    A brown caught in North Ga.
    *The guy is not me*
    What a fish...26 inches!!!
    <img src="http://www.imagehostingsite.com/is.php?i=3153&img=toccoabrown26in.jpg" border="0">
     
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    It is that time of year again isn't it!
     
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    It sure is. :thup:
     
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    I've been edging my flower beds with my boys right behind me, grabbing worms as I turn over shovels of dirt! They have a five-gallon bucket of mud and worms, and they're adding to it every day. :D
     
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    You should teach them to "saw" for worms, mom. They'll love it.
     
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    I will... If you'll explain it to me! :D
     
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    What a beauty !!! I've been out with my son a few times but we didn't get as lucky as this guy did. ( but we never give up)
     
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    Picture the letter “T”. The top of the “T” is the “pusher”.
    Drive a wooden stake or "stob" (approximately 2-3 ft. total length) into the ground (about 12inchs deep) where you know worms will be. Then rub the "pusher" such as a brick, a piece of wood (almost anything with a flat surface is suitable)back and forth across the top of the stake.
    This action vibrates the stake which vibrates the ground, imitating the sound of the worm’s predator, the Mole.
    The worms will head for the surface like ya lit a fire under em.
    Use pressure when rubbing back and forth, which causes the vibration.

    Let me know how many they catch. :thup:
     
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    Veeeeeery interesting! I will have to try that!
     
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    Something you picked up in Survival Training? :) All I remember is a 'squirrel pole'.
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