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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing For Women With A Wingman

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Want to pick up women? Get a friend to help you out! First, stand or sit a few feet away from a woman or group of women and seem to be having a light-hearted, joking disagreement with your pal. “You’re wrong!” “No, you are!” “I’m telling you, you don’t know what you’re talking about!” Then keep talking, but a little quieter so that the girl probably won’t hear, then say, “Fine by me!” Remember, don’t act really angry, act like a couple of friends jokingly disputing a small thing.
Now, go up to t…


Now is time for fall crappie
Still, anglers who have already set aside their fishing tackle until next spring may be missing out on some of the finest crappie fishing action of the entire year. The the months of October, November and December generally bring excellent fishing

Outdoors: Crappie time is here
I’m in a crappie mood. I’ve been like that since last September when my fishing bud, Tim Tigner, and I got into a school of really nice crappie at Lake Orange. We hammered them – big, fat fish, many over a foot. To worsen my case of crappie fever

Good fishing starts now!
Last Saturday night marked the beginning of what should be some of the best bass and crappie fishing of the year. Overnight temperatures dipped down to 59 degrees locally, and the entire week was forecasted to have milder, overnight lows in the 60s.

Fishing Report
BLACK BAYOU — Crappie fishing has been slow to fair on jigs or shiners around the grass beds. Bass are slow to fair on floating worms around the moss the moss. Bream are slow to fair. For latest information, contact the Honey Hole at 323.8707.

Fishing Forecast: Carolinas freshwater prospects improve markedly, especially at Lake Wylie
Fishing for crappie has improved markedly at most major lakes across the Piedmont, with limit catches reported from Lake Wylie. It’s best on Wylie’s South Carolina portion, especially in waters near Ebeneezer Landing. The popular panfish mainly are

Hixson anglers win $2,125 in Chickamauga Slam Crappie Tournament
Dayton took another step toward becoming a major fishing destination point over the weekend with the first Chickamauga Slam Crappie Tournament. The two-day tournament drew 44 anglers from around the region, far less than most major bass tournaments.

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Written by eveningsecret

October 13, 2014 at 6:00 am

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