Thar She Blows!! — 54 Fish, Belton Lake, 29 April 2014

This
morning I welcomed back Mr. Pat Sprague of Sun City near Georgetown, Texas.  Pat and his wife recently retired down here from “up north” in Wisconsin, and Pat’s been trying to figure out this man-made reservoir thing ever since.



Pat Sprague of Sun City near Georgetown with one of over 45 keeper hybrid he landed today on large live shad fished in strong winds.

Pat fished with me in March while the slabbing bite was still on and asked me to call him when the hybrid turned on onto live shad so he could experience that first hand.  He got a great introduction today.

I brought Pat along to net shad this morning, as I thought he’d really like the experience.  I spoiled him, netting over 800 shad in my first throw.  I could barely lift my net out of the water!!  We culled the largest, keeping about 130 for the trip and returned the rest to continue their spawning.  Having Pat aboard for the bait netting allowed us to get right on the fish, whereas I’d normally return to the dock to await my client’s arrival.

We headed out to the fishing grounds and found whitecaps already well-developed.  A stiff WNW wind was pushing the water pretty good, but the 36 volt trolling motor really pulled her weight today, keeping us dead on over the fish we found on sonar in 31-35 feet.

Our first stop was our longest and most productive, giving up 40 of our 54 fish in the first 2.5 hours of fishing.  Now, catch this — of those 40 fish, exactly 38 were keeper (18+ inch) hybrid, with several going 4.5 to 4.75 pounds on a certified scale.  The wind and the large baits really did the trick today.

Around 9:45, the wind shifted a bit more northerly and we got some gusts above 25mph and had to come off our area — waves were occasionally breaking over the bow and twice we were blown off our spot as the wind overpowered the trolling motor.  We fished in the lee of the north shore for a while, catching a few white bass, catfish and smallmouth, but, as soon as it looked approachable, went right back out in the blow for the final hour, adding several more keeper hybrid our final count.

TALLY = 54 FISH, all caught and released


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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:15a
End Time: 11:15p
Air Temp: 58F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 68.6F 
Wind:  WNW15 at trip’s start, building to NNW20-21 by trip’s end
Skies: Cloudless fair sky
Other Notes: GT100

Areas Fished with success:

**1379 Netted shad here in the AM
**835 caught 40 of our fish here
**1199  caught 6 of our fish here
**1378 caught 8 of our fish here








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

A Dollar Waitin’ on a Dime — 66 Fish, Belton, 28 April 2014

This morning I welcomed the Oliver clan aboard including “Paw” Oliver, and 3 of his sons — Joe, Jamie, and Jack, all for a morning of hybrid fishing.


 “Paw” Oliver.


Joe Oliver.


Jack (L) and Jamie (R) Oliver.

Joe, who now serves as the Athletic Director at Central Texas Christian School, has fished with me on 10 previous occasions, and “Paw” has been along on most of those.  Jamie had been out with me once before, and this was Jack’s first (but hopefully not last) trip me, as he has sons of his own we hope to get on the water later this summer.

The hybrid striped bass fishing has been excellent, as it typically is in this 6 week “window” in April and into May, coinciding with the threadfin shad spawn.  Today was no exception.  We got on fish immediately, and stayed on fish for the entirety of the trip, stopping at 4 distinct locations to accomplish this.

Fishing was very straightforward — I found fish with sonar, hovered over them using i-Pilot technology built into my Minn Kota trolling motor, put lively shad baits directly down beneath the boat to the level the fish were holding at, placed the rods in the rod holders, and let the shad and the circle hooks take care of the rest.

One remarkable statistic — of our first 30 fish caught today, 28 were keeper hybrid striped bass (exceeding 18 inches).

Over the course of the trip there were all kinds of good-natured “pokes” the brothers were throwing at each other — for missing a bite, or having a fish come unhooked, or catching a smaller fish than the one doing the “poking” did.  Maybe the best one was when everyone rode Jamie pretty good about showing up a bit late for the fishing trip.  Now, in fairness, they all said there was no way he would show up late for a fishing trip — perhaps for work, but never for fishing.  By 8:01am all that flew out the window.  As the sole of Jamie’s foot hit the parking lot, Joe yells out so as to be heard 100 yards away, “Here’s a dollar waitin’ on a dime!!”.  Jamie knew he was in the dog house!

TALLY = 66 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 8:15a
End Time: 12:15p
Air Temp: 61F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 68F 
Wind:  WNW6 building to WNW15
Skies: Cloudless fair sky
Other Notes: GT20

Areas Fished with success:

**1367 Netted shad here in the AM
**1377 caught 70% of our fish here
**1293/151  caught 20% of our fish here
**152 caught only 1 fish here
**682/787 caught 20% of our fish here








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

Twilight Bite — 33 Fish, Belton, 26 April 2014

This evening I conducted a father-daughter trip for Mr. Jerry Fronczak and his daughter, Nancy.


 
Jerry with 2 of 7 nice hybrid we landed in a 20 minute span just before the setting sun sank below a thick cloud bank in the west.


Nancy with 2 more hybrid from the “run” of seven nice fish we encountered in that same sunset blitz.


Jerry and his wife just moved to Del Webb’s Sun City in Georgetown, Texas, from Chicago at the beginning of April this year to retire and escape the snow and extended winter cold.  Nancy is a graduated occupational therapist now residing in Kansas City, and was down spending a few days with her folks.

Having observed that yesterday’s afternoon trip brought very slow fishing in the first two hours, I did what I could to lend some variety to the trip as we waited for nature to turn on.  I did check one particularly productive area out with live shad, but the fish would have nothing to do with it, so, we headed to try some downrigging over top of some smaller fish I’d spotted on sonar the day before as I was waiting for my afternoon clients to arrive.  We ran downriggers and Storm ThinFins down between 10-15 feet right through schools of suspended fish showing on sonar.  These fish turned out to be smallish white bass.  We boated 5 white bass and 1 crappie in about an hour’s worth of effort, then headed back out to the hybrid grounds to see if they’d turned on yet.

As it turned out, the fish turned back on within 12 minutes of when they had done so the day before, which was around 6:15pm.  This gave us about 2 hours of daylight left to make hay while the sun shone.

We found fish at 3 areas, although the intensity of the bite did not come close to what I’ve observed in the mornings at any of them.

By dark, we worked up 33 fish including one crappie, white bass, hybrid stripers, and blue catfish.  The best action of the trip came in a 20 minutes window from 7:25 to 7:45.  This was right before the setting sun set below a thick bank of clouds in the west, essentially causing a sunset-like lowering of the ambient light levels.


TALLY = 33 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 4:00p
End Time: 8:30p
Air Temp: 78F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 68F 
Wind:  SSE18-20
Skies: 60% cloudy on a fair sky
Other Notes: GT20

Areas Fished with success:

**616 Netted shad here in the AM
**1139 downrigged for 6 fish
**1292/156 mixed bag on shad
**835 best quality and strongest bite 7:25-7:45p
**1190/1067 soft twilight bite here








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

The Barfields and McHybrids Feud! — 59 Fish, Belton, 26 April 2014

This morning I fished on Belton Lake with The Barfield Family of Georgetown, Texas.  Trey and Ann were accompanied by their two sons, 15 year old Brandon, and 9 year old Jonathan.  The Barfield’s have been out with me on several occasions, but always on Stillhouse, and always targeting white bass.  Today, we headed to Belton and gunned for hybrid stripers.


 
L to R: Trey, Brandon, Jonathan, and Ann — the Barfield clan caught a mess of ’em today.



Great job, boys!

Trey and I had actually been working on finding a “just right” date to get the whole family on good hybrid since late October last year.  By the time the hybrid cranked up under the first arriving gulls in the autumn, that magic first 3 weeks of November was already booked up.  Then, the super long, cold winter made Spring Break an iffy choice, so we punted again and made today the big day.

Big gizzard shad were hard to come by this morning, but there was still an abundance of threadfin shad spawning in the shallows, so I went with the flow and used what was in abundance.

We made only 2 stops today and found ample quantities of fish at both.  The first location gave up 42 fish in about 2.5 hours of fishing, and the second location gave up an additional 17 fish in just under an hour of fishing. Of the 42 fish boated at our first stop, roughly half were legal (18+ inch) hybrid and the balance consisted mainly of short hybrid along with a few white bass and blue catfish. Stop number two gave up a 50/50 mix of keeper hybrid and keeper white bass.

We had great conditions today which included thick grey cloud cover and a nice S. wind at ~12-13 mph. 

Trey, unfortunately, had to pass on the fishing today.  During a family crawfish boil his (small) dog went after a crawfish which had fallen to the ground and was trying to swallow it whole.  Trey tried to prevent this and wound up getting bit in the process (what’s that one about no good deed ever goes unpunished?).  To add insult to injury, the bite then got infected.  So, just Ann and the boys did the rod work today.

For our efforts we landed 59 fish, all on live shad.

TALLY = 59 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:30a
End Time: 11:40a
Air Temp: 68F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 68F 
Wind:  SSE13-14
Skies: Heavy grey skies
Other Notes: GT15

Areas Fished with success:

**616 Netted shad here
**152 fished here 2.5 hours
**098 fished here 1 hour








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

An Angling Angle — 39 Fish, Belton Lake, 25 April 2014

This
afternoon I was joined on Belton Lake by returning guests Diana Angle
and her nephew, Tom Vilalta. This time, Tom’s mom (Diana’s sister) Donna
Vilalta joined us for the first time.  We got going at 4:15 and fished right until dark.


 
Diana Angle traveled 1,300 miles to battle this bad boy!!


Donna had her hands full when this fish started smoking her drag.

Tom was all smiles when he caught up with his mom and aunt and got on the board with a hybrid of his own! 

Diana, who works as a government contractor on the Aegis Missile system in California, visits Tom regularly.
  Tom is an infantryman currently assigned to the 1st Cavalry Division, and Donna is retired and lives in Riverside, California

The first two hours were very slow on areas that, just hours before during today’s morning trip, were producing very well.

Around 6:10p we hit into our first consistent fishing and that went strong right up until 7:40p when the deep water we were fishing began to get dark and me made a move into shallower, brighter water conditions hoping for a twilight bite.

At that first location we caught a mix of legal and short hybrid, a few white bass and a few blue catfish, taking our tally up to 34 fish.

At our final stop of the evening, we added a final 5 fish to our tally.

Our entire catch this afternoon came on live threadfin shad fished vertically beneath the boat on a tightline.


TALLY = 39 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 4:15p
End Time: 8:30p
Air Temp: 80F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 66-68F 
Wind:  ESE10 
Skies: Clear fair skies
Other Notes: GT40

Areas Fished with success:

**1376 Netted shad here
**953 fished here 1.5 hours
**1190/1067 fished here 0.75 hours








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

Click It! — 73 Fish, Belton Lake, 25 April 2014

This
morning I fished with Mr. Calvin Mitchell of Hutto, Texas, and his 12
year old son C.J.  Calvin is a U.S. Army veteran of 6 years now working
as a FEDEX deliveryman.   We targeted Belton Lake hybrid striped bass
using live shad fished directly beneath our boat in 29-36 feet of water.


 
Calvin and C.J. pose with one of our better shad-caught hybrid from this father and son trip.


To keep it all “legit”, I use a clicker to account for every fish we boat so as to provide very accurate statistics in reports like this one, and to have as valuable historic data when I look at my notes from years past.   

This father and son team had never been out on a boat together before so just that was a new experience for them.  They have fished before, but it has been a once-a-year and fairly unproductive arrangement, so, they were really hoping to “take it to the next level” today.

Once again the Lord blessed me with a very easy bait gathering process (300+ baits in one throw), so we got off to a timely start with an ample quantity of shad.

We fished 3 areas today and caught exactly 73 fish including a 40/60 split of keeper/short hybrid striped bass, plus 5 white bass and 3 blue catfish.

Our first 4 fish boated all exceeded 3 pounds, so, when a smaller fish was caught, Calvin laughed as we returned it to the water saying that before today he would have considered that small one a large one.  I told him I was proud to help him recalibrate his fishometer.

Our trip began a bit slow thanks to a residual north wind going slack and bright sun.  By 8:30, however, a nice 8-10 mph E. breeze began and this caused the fishing to pick up within 15-20 minutes of its arrival.

At the last of the 3 areas we fished today, a mixed school of white bass and short (12-13 inch) hybrid stripers clearly appeared suspended at 15-25 feet below the surface.  Because these smaller fish will usually kill or steal more bait than they will take well, we switched over to slabs and put the last 10 or so fish in the boat on lighter spinning gear more well-suited to these smaller fish.

We had a treat on our way in … 3 Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Wardens pulled alongside of us for a routine inspection.  My boat is squared away so there were no issues and the inspection was over in no time.  Then, the game wardens offered C.J. a ride on their law enforcement boat (with about 3 times the horsepower I have!).  They jetted C.J. around for a few minutes and then dropped him off where his dad and I were.  Thanks, Game Wardens Bernstein, Valchar, and Wilson!

As I walked up to the parking lot with Calvin after the trip he told me that he and C.J. agreed before meeting up with me this morning that this would be a great day if they caught 20 fish.  Our catch of 73 made the grade!





TALLY = 73 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:45a
End Time: 12:00p
Air Temp: 55F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 64-65F 
Wind: Light NW winds at trips start, turning E8-10 by 8:30
Skies: Clear fair skies
Other Notes: GT0

Areas Fished with success:

** 1376 Netted shad here
**1374/835   Fished here 1.5 hours
**152  Fished here 0.75 hours
**953  Fished here 1.75 hours








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

Hybrid in High Gear — 78 Fish, Belton, 24 April 2014

This morning I fished with Shane McNamara and his son-in-law, Hudson Steidl, both from the Cedar Park area north of Austin, TX.
 


Hudson took “high stick” honors with our trip’s largest catch — a hybrid striper going right at 5.00 pounds.

Look at that belly!! – it’s packed with shad and this fish was still wanting more.  This fish went 4.75 pounds.

Shane is a claims adjuster with State Farm Insurance, and Hudson is just starting a job with GoodwillBoth are part of the Rockpointe Church in Leander, TX.

The excellent hybrid bite continued today in conjunction with the annual threadfin shad spawn.  Last night saw stiff south winds blow all night and those stiff winds continued this morning until around 10am when the began to slack off a bit.  Southerly winds typically assure good success in castnetting for shad, but, this morning the windblown banks where you’d expect to find shad were so choppy, the spawning activity was difficult to spot.  I wound up with 115 baits in 4 very carefully gauged throws and that was sufficient for our trip.

We fished just two areas and boated 78 fish including keeper-sized hybrid stripers up to 5.00 pounds, some short hybrid, a few white bass, 4 blue catfish, and 1 smallmouth bass.  The bite was fairly consistent right up until 11am when it began to taper off quickly as our nice grey cloud cover gave way to clear skies and the winds began to lay down.

Hudson and his wife, Faith, are expecting their first child, a girl, in about 10 weeks’ time, so, it’s probably a good thing that he’s getting in a fishing trip now as it may be a while before the next one!


TALLY = 78 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:15a
End Time: 12:15p
Air Temp: 64F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 64-65F 
Wind: S12 at launch time building to 13-14 by 10, then falling off to 8 by trip’s end
Skies: Grey until 11a, then clearing to 40% clouds on a fair sky.
Other Notes: GT5

Areas Fished with success:

**1200  Netted shad here
**1374/835   Fished here 3.0 hours
**151/152  Fished here 2.0 hours








Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

Never Falter!! – 29 Fish, Belton Lake, 22 April 2014

This morning I fished with retired U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Floyd Falter of Morgan’s Point, TX.
 


Mr. Floyd Falter of Morgan’s Point save the best for last.  We decided to wrap it up after “just one more” — and that one more was the biggest fish of the trip, coming in right at 5 pounds.

Floyd called me about a month ago and was helpful in communicating what he wanted to accomplish.  He wanted to fish for hybrid striped bass on Belton in relatively calm conditions and with the ambient temperature at least above the 40’s.  Mr. Falter is 80 years old, and knows what his body can take and not take, so, I did my best to accommodate his entire request.

We chose a date 2 weeks ago, but let that slide when I saw the winds out of the north would inhibit our success and put the temperature at the borderline for his comfort.  Today, on the other hand, was to have light winds, a sunrise temperature of 64F, and comes at a time when the shad spawn and hybrid bite is in high gear.

We fished 4 rods today and scarce had a time when we weren’t encountering some manner of action.  We caught 9 legal hybrid, and a combination of 20 short hybrids and white bass, all on live threadfin shad.

After a solid 90 minutes of action beginning at 8:00am, Floyd felt he’d enjoyed enough of a good thing for this day and we decided to call it a good trip right then and there and headed back to the ramp.



TALLY = 29 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 8:00a
End Time: 9:40a
Air Temp: 64F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 64.73F 
Wind: NNW3-4, slowly building to NNW8-9 on the heels of a mild coldfront that pushed thru by 7:30p last night with T’storms.
Skies: Fair
Other Notes: GT0

Areas Fished with success:

**1375   Netted shad here
**1374   Fished here to catch all 29 fish.







Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas

Feather Merchant in a Windstorm! — 73 Fish, Belton, 21 April 2014

What a great trip this was this morning!!  As a guide, I wish they could all turn out this way!  This morning I welcomed aboard a great crew including Mrs. Terri Covington, her sister, Mrs. Vicki Wetherbee, and their mom, Mrs. Betty Norton.
 


Good sports, every one of them!!  From L to R, Mrs. Betty Norton, Mrs. Vicki Wetherbee, and Mrs. Terri Covington with the first three legal hybrid we boated within minutes of our start this morning.


Terri caught our largest fish of the trip.  This hybrid went right at 5.00 pounds.

This hybrid striped bass of Vicki’s went just a shade under 5.00 pounds.

Mrs. Betty came up with a beautiful smallmouth which, true to form, jumped about 3 feet out of the water just 30 feet off our port side as she was reeling it in.
 

I first began a conversation about this trip with Terri about 4 weeks ago.  She told me exactly what she was wanting (which is helpful to me as it gave me a target to shoot for on her behalf).  She and Vicki wanted to have an enjoyable outing to celebrate Betty’s 81st birthday and not freeze, bake, or be windblown while doing it.  I passed on a few dates even though I knew we could have caught fish because they just weren’t going to be all that enjoyable weather-wise.  Then, last Thursday, as the weather forecast look right for this trip, I kept an eye on things.  The forecast held together on Friday, then Saturday, and then I made the call to Terri that it was time to pull the trigger. 

We encountered 3 1/2 solid hours of catching (not fishing — catching!) under soft grey skies with a gentle southerly breeze at under 10mph and an ambient temperature of 63F, making long pants and long sleeves just right.

The shad I intended to use for bait showed up in force, allowing me to catch all we needed in just one throw of my castnet.  We only needed to fish two areas over the span of this trip to stay in the fish.

For our efforts we boated exactly 73 fish including numerous legal hybrid striped bass, short hybrids, white bass, 1 blue catfish, and 2 smallmouth bass.

As we got to our first spot the sonar lit up with fish and fish were popping shad within earshot of the boat.  I intended to put at least 4 rods out.  As we got the 2nd rod down and were prepping the 3rd, two fish hit at the same time.  For the first 40 minutes we had non-stop action and could not get all 4 rods baited and down to depth at the same time.  As Betty saw me baiting hooks, netting fish, unhooking and releasing fish, giving guidance on use of the equipment, and more she said, “Well, Bob, you’re just busier than a feather merchant in a windstorm!”.  I stopped and laughed out loud at that –never heard that one before, but I liked it.

Ladies, thank you for being such fun guests.  I really do wish all my trips could be like this one!


TALLY = 73 FISH, all caught and released

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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:30a
End Time: 10:50a
Air Temp: 63F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 64F 
Wind: Light S6-7, increasing by 9:30 to S9-10
Skies: Greyed over 100%
Other Notes: GT30

Areas Fished with success:

**1367   Netted shad here
**1200   Saw add’l spawning shad here
**1190   Fished first 2.5 hours here
**1373  Fished final hour here







Bob Maindelle
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Well done, sir!! 38 Fish, Belton, 19 April 2014

This
morning I fished with U.S. Army Sergeant Chris McCool and Specialst
Joseph Parker.  Both are currently serving on active duty at Fort Hood
with an EOD (explosive ordnance disposal unit).

 

Although our focus was on hybrid striped bass, when using live shad, you never know what you might come up with.  Joseph battled this 9.00 pound blue cat which flexed his hybrid rod right down into the butt section.  Powerful fish!

And, of course we caught hybrid.  Check out the “live action” video…


SPC Joseph Parker (L) and SGT Chris McCool (R) with a nice pair of hybrid taken on live shad.

Conditions were a bit tough today with windless, bright skies, so, we had to work for every fish we caught, but, in the end, we were able to put together a catch of 38 fish, though it took a full 4+ hours to do so.

We fished three areas today, each in much the same way.  First, we searched for fish with sonar until we saw a density of fish on bottom.  Then, we hovered over top of these fish and got baits down.  We then chummed and tried to draw a response.  Three times we tried it, and three times it worked.  The fish never went on a rampage, the birds never fed over top of any fish today, and only once did we have more than one fish on at a time, but we ground it out and were rewarded for our efforts.


TALLY = 38 FISH, all caught and released


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TODAY’S CONDITIONS/NOTES:
Start Time: 7:20a
End Time: 11:35a
Air Temp: 61F at trip’s start.
Water Surface Temp: 62-63F 
Wind: Calm until 10am, then ESE at 6 increasing to 11
Skies: Fair with 30-40% high thin white clouds
Other Notes: GT20

Areas Fished with success:

**1370   Netted shad here
**1280/1282     Bottom-dwelling hybrid chummed up
**835 Bottom-dwelling hybrid chummed up







Bob Maindelle
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Salado, Texas