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Laurie Cork
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"Mother Nature is always watching over you, lets go fishing"
"Mother Nature is always watching over you, lets go fishing"

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I have the best man by my side that life could ever ask for. While Mike was out fishing I got these... Thank you baby...
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Working hard to keep the fishing reels in good working order....
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We are on our way to the Bass Life Associates meeting. Great things in store this year!
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For all the #Ultimate #Bass #Fishermen in my life...
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For the fishermen in my life...
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I would like to invite you to join out network on tsu! http://tsu.co/Ultimatebass

It it's by invitation only, please use my short code when you sign up.

They pay you for original content. The same things you post on any other social media site.

Try it, if you don't like it you can easily delete your account.

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One of my favorite places to fish first thing in the morning is a long narrow ditch, with its commanding cypress trees creating an elaborate canopy, the sun peeking through the tangled moss on the branches, and a slight breeze in a silence to be broken only by the quiet sounds of the creatures in the swamp.

The sun dances off of the landscape as it rises higher and higher. It is almost as if the sun breathes life into each thing as it touches it first thing in the morning. First on the horizon, then the trunks of the first trees, then sun glints through the branches and bounces across the water and into my eyes, and all of a sudden, I have been awoke by the most amazing silence.

The canopy seems impenetrable, but as the sun begins to rise I can feel the canopy part to allow the rays to shine through its massive branches and moss covered arms. The mist was barley rising off the top of the water, almost as if it were held there, heavy at the bottom, like a tear drop, just hanging above the water waiting for the air to warm enough so that the mist could rise. The bright rays of sun on my face are now warming my blood and waking my senses to the sounds of the catch of the day.

Slowly through the branches more and more light is let in to reveal the tender parts of the very thing itself, nature.

By Laurie Cork

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Saturday Read - Ice Fishing for Bass
Check out this great article on Ultimate Bass (http://www.ultimatebass.com/bass-fishing-articles/seasonal-bass-fishing-patterns/410-ice-fishing-for-bass.html)
Some great tips for the ice fishing angler...
By Kurt Chelminiak

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Is bass fishing getting too expensive?
Weight in on the topic or visit UltimateBass.com (http://www.ultimatebass.com/bass-fishing-forum/index.php?topic=127368.0) to comment on the original thread.
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