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    Default Snow storm smallies

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    I had a open after noon so i called my buddy and we headed to Front Royal. As i left the house it started snowing. Got to the ramp and it was hammering down. I was excited because I've always read smallmouth get turned on during snow. Travis was convinced we weren't going to catch nothing. Got to the spot and started with the jerkbait. I threw it for around 30 minutes with nothing. In that time Travis had boated 2 and lost 1 on the ned rig. So i knew what i had to do and tied one on. We caught 9 in about 2.5 hours until we couldn't take our hands freezing any longer. It was a good first smallmouth trip of the year and a day i will never forget.

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    Nice job fellas.
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    I registered just to say WOW. Nice work! Next time it snows I'll have to head out!!

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    Those are well worth putting up with the snow and cold. Well done!

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    That rocks. A bud turned me onto the Ned rig on New River last year. It's like crack to a smallie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsniper View Post
    That rocks. A bud turned me onto the Ned rig on New River last year. It's like crack to a smallie.
    Thanks guys. The ned is stupid looking it is painful to fish and gets hung up constantly but if you can get past all that it flat out catches smallmouth. I caught my pb on the doha 2 falls back of 4.10lbs on oneName:  FB_IMG_1509035030726.jpg
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    Great report and awesome pics!

    I really want to get out on the Doah but I'm afraid I'm gonna tear off my lower unit.

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    Nice work. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan 2 View Post
    Great report and awesome pics!

    I really want to get out on the Doah but I'm afraid I'm gonna tear off my lower unit.
    I can show you the ropes sometime. Ive fished the doah and upper potomac all of my life and know both fairly well

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    Nice fish! Riverton?
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