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(KS) zirjacks

Winter success

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This winter has seemed neverending. The cold weather makes getting motivated to have a session difficult at times. Nevertheless, I have tried my best to get out when I can. Sessions at a trusted power plant lake always produces, including a beautiful mirror. My first of the year. This venue is a little bit of a drive, so the desire to go there is sometimes just not in me. Planning sessions around warmer days(notice the shorts in some pics 😁) and hitting up more local spots has been proving successful. I normally would not try these closer venues until spring is in full swing. That might change for next winter. Here are a few of my captures from this year. Achieved my goal, again, of catching carp in all the winter months. Roll on spring!00100lrPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200223145439187_COVER.jpg

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Better then I did this winter. Beauty mirror. 

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Now that looks like a tolerable winter out there:  No heavy clothes and no snow.

You've had some successful winter fishing.  And that's a real pretty mirror.  'Looks like Kansas winter carp may be fatter and bigger than Missouri winter carp.  

Exasperating  as it is, I have no winter fish to report.  (Carp anyway).

 

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