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So when the Sulfur River is low...there are Garr and Grennel EVERYWHERE. You can literally see them coming up to the surface to...do whatever it is they do..at the top of the water. Grennel generally stay a little bit more under clear view. When the Sulfur gets high after a good monsoon, they nest up and feed off of the small spawners in the brush. I posted 2 pics. 2 separate days. Very different than catching crappie or trot lining catfish. Hit them with a compound deer bow, converted to fishing rig. I love tools that can be used for other things outside of their original function.

First day - goal: get a big one and feel the power :cheers:



Second day - goal: get a little practice in and get a little more challenge

 
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