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Dead shadfish tail.:laughing7:

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The river banks are starting to stink from the dead ones,I use a forked stick to flip them back in the water and let the current do its thing,smells better too.:laughing7:
 

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.......if you cut the gizzards out off those shad you’ll have good bait. It’s $16-20 a pint here if you can even find it.
 
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.......if you cut the gizzards out off those shad you’ll have good bait. It’s $16-20 a pint here if you can even find it.

The only shad I see here are the stinky dead ones from the spawn.The only bait I use is sweet corn and boilies.
 

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......that’s the ticket, Its the toughest job you have to love.
You can fish and cut bait at the same time.
Every few years I find some that winter killed and I cut bait. It’s been a few now.
 
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......that’s the ticket, Its the toughest job you have to love.
You can fish and cut bait at the same time.
Every few years I find some that winter killed and I cut bait. It’s been a few now.

After I cast my lines out I sit and wait for the rods to go down,or I walk and beach comb glancing back every few seconds.
 

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