Bobby Phillips unhooks an American or white shad for his uncle, Chris Phillips. The anglers were flipping tandem rigs tied with two crappie jigs downstream of Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River.
Bobby Phillips unhooks an American or white shad for his uncle, Chris Phillips. The anglers were flipping tandem rigs tied with two crappie jigs downstream of Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River. Mike Marsh
Bobby Phillips unhooks an American or white shad for his uncle, Chris Phillips. The anglers were flipping tandem rigs tied with two crappie jigs downstream of Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River. Mike Marsh

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