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My Biggest Pickerel so far

My Biggest Pickerel so far

Bud Tate

Claremont  NH



This baby was caught jiggin a minnow on Lindy slick Jig.

Species: Chain Pickerel

Date Caught: 03/11/2013


Kept / Released: Released

Region of Catch: Region 1

Length: 27 3/4


Weight: N/A

Lure / Bait used: Bait | minnow

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