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By Woods - Posted on 01 December 2008

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I took Brian Ramm and his brother Taylor Dennis fishing on Kentucky Lake Thanksgiving Day. We fished a few hours that morning before returning home to eat our Turkey Dinner. We caught about 20 keepers and threw back about as many short fish. We fished deep drops. Fishing from 15 to 22 feet deep. Fished with jigs only. I will have a couple of pictures later. Woods

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We fished Sunday the 30th in the sleet and 15+ mph winds. We managed to keep 20 and probably caught 40. Ledges and creek intersections seem to be the hangout for them. Our bonus fish of the day come first, 10lbs drum.>))))>

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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How do you cook those drum? Looks like Kentucky Lake is the place to be.


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Throw the whole fish in a pot , let it simmer for 3 days in moonshine. Throw fish away and drink shine.LOL

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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An open-faced reel mounted on the underside of spinning rod. The reel features a non-revolving spool that is mounted parallel to the rod. A wire bail revolves around the spool during retrieve and acts to wind the line onto the spool.

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