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This is a pic of my brother loading up in the BEST truck in the World...

This is me bowed up on the first fish of the trip..(we drew straws on who goes first)...

This is the fish....11lbs. 4 oz...

This was the biggest of the trip...12lbs and some change..

Different Fish..
 

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This is my brothers catch A DOUBLE....

This is my brother and a buddy from Alabama on at the SAME time(and guide)...

These are the fish...

Another good one I caught....

These are two days worth of fish we kept...
 

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What ,when, How,and Where ? Story Please.
We went to Smith Lake Alabama..We fished Friday and Saturday, trolling with an umbrella rig..Had a blast as you can see...The guide was Brian Wolfe..If anyone would like his number I will PM it to ya...:thumb:
 

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I see the lake is still down quite a bit. That condition creates some really good fishing this time of the year. Also Smith Lake is rated as one of the cleanest lakes in the U.S. and therefore produces some really good eating fish.

My best Stripper fish catch in Smith was 23 lbs in Clear Creek.

My most memorable striper was 18.5 lbs and I caught it on a crappie jig using 6 lb line. I caught it in Brushy Creek and when I finally got it in there six boats that were stopped to watch the action.

I hope to make a trip over there this spring to crappie fish with my grandkids. They live at Arley, Al.

Congratulations on your catch and thanks for sharing the photographs. :thumb:
 

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Nice catch! Those striper are some good eatin'. I caught a 12lb-er last spring on a trot line baited with garlic-cherry koolaid hot dogs :thumb: My buddies ate almost every bit of it as soon as I pulled it outta the grease. Sorry suckers...
 

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I see the lake is still down quite a bit. That condition creates some really good fishing this time of the year. Also Smith Lake is rated as one of the cleanest lakes in the U.S. and therefore produces some really good eating fish.

My best Stripper fish catch in Smith was 23 lbs in Clear Creek.

My most memorable striper was 18.5 lbs and I caught it on a crappie jig using 6 lb line. I caught it in Brushy Creek and when I finally got it in there six boats that were stopped to watch the action.

I hope to make a trip over there this spring to crappie fish with my grandkids. They live at Arley, Al.

Congratulations on your catch and thanks for sharing the photographs. :thumb:
Was hoping to get on some of those 20Lb plus, but it just did not work out..:frown: I know they are in there...Beautiful lake clean water, but it's still down 13ft..Going back in about a month....:thumb:
 

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Hmmmm......There must be a mistake- I could have swore I seen a Dodge in the first pic.

Looks like yall had a good time. That striper fishin can get addicting
 

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I've got to work on either my spelling or reading comprehension!!!!


I had "striper" and "stripper" confused!!!

Still nice pics... just not what I was expecting!!!!






Just kidding!!
 

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Dang! I clicked on here cause I thought that it said "stripper" pics. :biggrin:
Nice fish though. Congratulations!:thumb:
 

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Nice pics. A few of those seem to be hybrids. I saw where you said yall were trolling. Trolling catches fish. I am a firm believer in it.

Good job on the fish. Eat well.
 
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