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Met up with my manager from back in the day to do our annual trip to Lake Glenview (well, trip for me as he only lives about 10 minutes from it),

I go for carp but also have an ultra light to go for the smaller fish. As with most lakes, bluegills make up the majority of the population. Although I did have plenty of redworms with me, I only used the few remaining wax worms I had and then switched to corn. Corn worked out fine as I caught one green sunfish, one (dink) bass, at least a dozen golden shiners, plenty of gills (largest looked to be 6 inches) and one carp. Had another carp on but it tossed the hook.

Golden Shiner

Green Sunfish

Dink bass

Carp


Never bothered with a bluegill picture.

Lake is C & R
 
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