Using Side Imaging To Catch Crappie Under Docks On Lake Of The Ozarks #14 (11-25-17)

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Instructional video on how I use side imaging to locate fish under docks and then how to catch them using a dock shooting technique.
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  • Thanks mate great technique!! From Australia ill try that bait flicking/slipping 👍👍😁😁

    Adam SkinnerAdam SkinnerԱմիս առաջ
  • Really enjoyed this video, you did a great job of explaining and showing how you went after the fish! Keep it up!🙂

    David TreichlerDavid TreichlerԱմիս առաջ
  • Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and wisdom!

    nicholas follmernicholas follmer4 ամիս առաջ
  • Use your spot lock

    Andre TullierAndre Tullier4 ամիս առաջ
  • Could you give me a little instruction how you shoot the jig with the spinning rod and reel? Please sir

    Dwight PierceDwight Pierce4 ամիս առաջ
    • I have videos on it. Watch my “Baker Bits”.

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  • (@ 10:29) "What time is it?" .....DINNER......

    TheSilverSurfisherTheSilverSurfisher6 ամիս առաջ
  • Showing 4 docks all with fish in side imaging doesn’t show much about side imaging. Show what it looks like with empty docks in imaging etc. I love dock shooting and use these techniques. Video should have been called watch me fish though, not a lot of hummingbird content

    Robert BrownRobert Brown9 ամիս առաջ
    • Mike Baker Videos I enjoyed it. I love dock shooting the Ozarks. I was just looking for hummingbird tutorials for the new T3 series I put on my Lund. Have a good season

      Robert BrownRobert Brown9 ամիս առաջ
    • Sorry you didn’t enjoy it. A dock with no fish looks like these docks without the fish. I have filmed many docks without fish and have more Humminbird content in some of my other videos.

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  • Mike, Iv watched your video on my i pad and phone and just hit play on my TV. WOW! Can you please tell me what camera you are using. Great video and audio! Capt Vic 985-215-9015

    Guides Choice OutdoorsGuides Choice Outdoors10 ամիս առաջ
    • Go pro and Sony FDR AX33. I hook up a wireless mic to the Sony.

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  • Love the sling shot moves. Never thought of it. What was the kind of jig where you using with looks like a white grub or bait.Thanks for the great video

    Thomas BridgesThomas Bridges10 ամիս առաջ
  • The stringer idea is genius! Not having to fish them out of the well in cold temps and knowing your limit! Genius!!!

    Steve FulkersonSteve Fulkerson10 ամիս առաջ
  • Hope to see you on the water. Would love to learn a little to pass to my son. He will be on the boat with me. We’re on the bottom side of lake valley golf club

    Lake LifeLake Life11 ամիս առաջ
  • That a gen2 helix?

    Daniel SimDaniel SimՏարի առաջ
    • 899 on the console.

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  • That flick of the wrist cast is amazing

    Zebra all dayZebra all dayՏարի առաջ
  • Good job,video and catching. In joyed the side imaging. What kind of Jig and weight were you using ? Thanks Mark at 12MM Osage.

    Ctmobo CtmoboCtmobo CtmoboՏարի առաջ
    • @Mike Baker Videos Ok Thanks

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    • Round head jigs I pour myself with #1 red sickle hooks. Paint them orange. Usually use a 1/16 oz. but will go to 1/32 if slower fall is needed or 3/32 if faster fall is needed. Thanks for watching.

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  • Watching this video reminded me that you are one of the best "Shooters" out there. Have to learn more. Really enjoyed the video and appreciated the fact that you appreciated your own "shots" when you made a good one. Kinda feel like I deserve a shot at a fish whenever I make "the perfect cast" too. Be well.

    Kevin LynchKevin LynchՏարի առաջ
  • Mike what rod length and action do you use? Also line type and lb. test?

    John DruckenbroadJohn DruckenbroadՏարի առաջ
    • I use various rods in 5.5 or 6 ft in length. B&M sharp shooter rods are good dock shooting rods. I use 6lb high vis line.

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  • Can you do a video on how you set up your Bass Cat for trolling cranks?

    Casey CousinsCasey CousinsՏարի առաջ
    • Yes, the next time I shoot a trolling video.

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  • If those leaf where $100 bill you would be a millionaire . My channel upload does not come out as sharp. what format do you upload to AMworlds (mpeg3 or wmv or av) and what do you use to edit your video.

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  • Good seeing a good old boy from Kennett fishing and filming in the Ozark. Hate to see you haven't uploaded in he last year. Tell Billy Don Hi from me. Look forward to more videos in the future.

    Terry RichardsonTerry RichardsonՏարի առաջ
    • Thanks for watching Terry. Hope to be posting a new video today!

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  • Looking for advice. In my area I have 3 municipal reservoirs to fish. We don't have the docks and such to shoot like in this video. The lakes are mostly flat bottomed with the only structure being the natural contour of the land, ie creek channels, rip rap around bridges, bridge pillars, and natural points. For the most part the water is anywhere from 6-30 deep. What would you say would be the most productive method for fishing for crappie in these types of lakes and what baits would you think would be best? Thanks for the help and I love your channel.

    Blackdog Tractor/ExcavatorBlackdog Tractor/ExcavatorՏարի առաջ
    • Many methods could work, depending on the time of the year, water temp, etc. Long line trolling of jigs or crankbaits with higher water temps. Slow trolling (spider rigging) can be good year round. An old fashion jig and bobber or minnow and bobber are hard to beat. If you find the bait fish you will find the crappie. Study the natural structure like drop offs, even if slight, and edges of any natural creek channels. Good luck and thanks for watching.

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  • Is this hartwell?

    Shane YShane YՏարի առաջ
    • Is what hartwell? What is hartwell? If you are referring to a lake, this video was shot on Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.

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  • I live at the Lake of the Ozarks, in Gravois Mills. Love your channel.❤❤❤👍

    Killdeer SurvivalKilldeer SurvivalՏարի առաջ
  • I’ve loved watching you catch crappie. Thank you for sharing.

    Celeste HallCeleste Hall2 տարի առաջ
    • Celeste Hall you are welcome. Thanks for watching.

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  • Great video Mike! Thanks for sharing your tips and tricks.

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  • Very nice, Mike. Love the 15 clip cable stringer idea. Were you using 1/16 oz crossfire heads? Don, Jeff City

    Show-Me Fish TalesShow-Me Fish Tales2 տարի առաջ
    • Thanks Mike. Don

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    • I/16 oz round ball heads I paint myself.

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  • Awesome video and I really like the Bass Cat.

    Harvey Rouse JR.Harvey Rouse JR.2 տարի առաջ
  • so, are you done with this video series? love the videos

    Don KohlmanDon Kohlman2 տարի առաջ
    • Hope to do more soon.

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    • No! However, work, life and tournament fishing got in the way this past year. Hope to do more soon. Thanks for watching.

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  • what is your set up??? I figure if the bass aint biting better change up to keep my interest.

    Paul GovenskyPaul Govensky2 տարի առաջ
    • Paul, I usually use a 5’6” Allstar rod or a 6’ B&M Sharpshooter rod. I use 6lb high vis line.

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    • @Mike Baker Videos I was referring to line size and rod length. All my rods are for bass...thanks. I can't skip so shooting them under is the way to go.

      Paul GovenskyPaul Govensky2 տարի առաջ
    • What do you mean by “set up”? I try to explain what I am doing but happy to try to answer any specific questions you may have.

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  • You make shooting docks look easy!

    Rick LovallRick Lovall2 տարի առաջ
  • Mike, are you making videos this year? Miss them

    JOE CROMMETTJOE CROMMETT2 տարի առաջ
    • Hope to do more soon.

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    • I plan to but so far I either can’t find the time or when I do have time the weather doesn’t cooperate. Thanks for watching.

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  • Good video , I really enjoyed it thanks. What kind of camera do you film with

    Fishin-ImpossibleFishin-Impossible2 տարի առաջ
    • Thanks Mike , ive got 2 of them but I sound like a hick when I talk on it, I have a channel but just haven't put but a few videos on it. Thanks , keep posting ive learned a lot. Do black Crappie hit the plugs when your trolling

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    • A Go Pro for the most part.

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  • I'm going to be shooting several segments right there in your neck of the woods in the next couple weeks. I'll have to try this with my side view.

    Discovery Outdoors / Matt-N-AbraDiscovery Outdoors / Matt-N-Abra2 տարի առաջ
    • Good luck.

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  • Hope to see more videos from you and all is well

    Darrick MoodyDarrick Moody2 տարի առաջ
  • Are you still doing the youTube thing?

    Pure Living For OutdoorsPure Living For Outdoors2 տարի առաջ
    • Lower lake area in this video.

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    • Mike Baker Videos I enjoy these crappie videos! Where you at on lake of the Ozarks? I’ve only been to that lake once and it wasn’t to fish. Lol

      Pure Living For OutdoorsPure Living For Outdoors2 տարի առաջ
    • Yes. When I have time. I have been busy this year with tournaments but hope to shoot some more videos in the next few months.

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  • Very nice video, thanks

    Richard FaulkRichard Faulk2 տարի առաջ
  • Are you on 455 or 800khz? Thx.

    David StrengDavid Streng2 տարի առաջ
    • Not sure. Whatever the factory default is.

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  • Hope you will be able to make more videos this year. Hope all is well. If you are done with the videos. Thank you for the ones you made.

    Metro GolfMetro Golf2 տարի առաջ
    • I hope to make more videos this fall after the tournament season is over. Thanks for watching.

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  • Retiring in 2 months to where you are, but not sure what I'm going to do... except fish. Cannot wait. Nice vids and nice boat.

    Metro GolfMetro Golf2 տարի առաջ
    • I retired July 1st 2018. Live on the lake and fish every day. Awesome!

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  • did u know u can turn the readouts off on the left side

    texas toughtexas tough2 տարի առաջ
  • Hey Mike hope all is well, havnt seen a video in a while. Crappie should be chasing those cranks right about now. Stop holding out on us. Lol

    Michael BuckinghamMichael Buckingham2 տարի առաջ
    • You are right. Wish I had time to pull some cranks at LOZ. Have been busy fishing the Crappie Masters trail this year. Will probably be later in the fall before I have time to do any more filming.

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  • Heard you say it come right out! DULL HOOKS!

    Edward DrewEdward Drew2 տարի առաջ
  • Great video. Excellent info on side imaging. Now.........get ya a chair on the front deck and a cooler beside ya for a live well and get serious on them.

    William LudwigWilliam Ludwig2 տարի առաջ
  • New subscriber and fellow Ozarks resident. Great video. I hope to see more content in the future!

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  • The best dock shooting videos I have seen. The great instruction is what sets them apart. Keep up the great work.

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    • Thank you!

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  • What bait are you using, show it. Thanks, Lonnie Hall in Kentucky

    LONNIE HALLLONNIE HALL2 տարի առաջ
    • Bobby Garland Baby Shad. Blue Ice is one of my favorite.

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  • Get outta my yard

    Nathan WallaceNathan Wallace2 տարի առաջ
  • Nice video, can I ask what type of rod you are using, and there lenght. Also what pound test are you using. Thanks

    Mike SiasMike Sias2 տարի առաջ
    • Either a 6 ft. B & M or a 5 1/2 ft. Allstar .6 lb. line.

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  • Great video. But I think you oughta invest in a good pair of shades ;)

    Spencer PlummerSpencer Plummer2 տարի առաջ
  • Great videos Mike. Going to try shooting the dock. what lb line do yo use for shooting

    Robert I MusseyRobert I Mussey2 տարի առաջ
    • Thanks Mike , would love to come south and get some of those larger crappies. Keep them videos coming. Also could not believe the great fall fishing.Have to try it, to much hunting.

      Robert I MusseyRobert I Mussey2 տարի առաջ
    • 6 lb.

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  • Another great video, Thanks Mike!

    JD SweetJD Sweet3 տարի առաջ
  • Mike great video, looking for recommendations, on the best set up for shooting docks. Rod and reel, line, and jig weight. Thanks

    Shawn DeerShawn Deer3 տարի առաջ
    • Mike Baker Videos thanks for the info definitely going to get the gear and give it a go. 👍

      Shawn DeerShawn Deer3 տարի առաջ
    • A great setup without breaking the bank would be a B & M Sharpshooter rod, Pflueger reel and 6 lb. high vis yellow line. I use a 1/16 or 1/32 oz. jig.

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  • Mike I have a question, I noticed when you came up on the first dock that you had to reverse with the trolling motor, do you think the current it puts off bothers the fish, thanks

    Carl ButlerCarl Butler3 տարի առաջ
    • Some say yes, some say no. I think it is best if you don’t blast right into them.

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  • Great video like always. Do you ever troll for crappie in the winter time like you do in the hot summer months?

    rshotrod1965rshotrod19653 տարի առաջ
    • Rarely on Lake of the Ozarks. Can't seem to stay away from the dock shooting that time of year.

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  • I went out to local lake today to try to use side imaging to look under docks just as you did on this video. I actually have the same unit you used. I cannot figure why I can't see under docks as you do. I had it set for 50' on right only. Only difference was the docks I went by were in only 7 to 14 feet of water - more shallow than docks you were examining. When I go by bridge pilings, I see the pilings and whatever is around them, but nothing under the docks. I know some of the docks that I was looking at has wood connected to the dock underneath - in water, but I don't see anything, but as already stated, I can see the bridge pilings very clearly. Could it be the type of dock? Does this make sense - any suggestion(s)?. I went back and looked at the side imaging pictures from your video again before sending this long comment/question Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Wesley HughesWesley Hughes3 տարի առաջ
    • Wish I could help but I am certainly no expert on setting up the side imaging. Search for this topic on AMworlds as there are a lot of videos out there that should help. Good luck and thanks for watching.

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  • Just recently stumbled on to your You Tube site. You do a great job of sharing your fishing skills with your viewers, beautiful. Having lived and fished LOTO then moving closer to Truman and fishing there I really appreciate how much the weekend anglers can learn by watching your fishing videos. Even an old guy like me can and does learn something, thank you. JD in Leeton,MO

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    • Thanks for the nice comments and for watching.

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  • great video man i use garmin 73 sv not too much difference in sv an dv any i hit that subscribe so come on over an return the favor thx crappie limit tv

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  • Thanks for sharing. Nice work.

    Rick McDanielRick McDaniel3 տարի առաջ
  • Always enjoy watching your videos

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  • Nicely done, thanks, subbed.

    TwinstoneTwinstone3 տարի առաջ
  • Great video Mike. I’ve been wanting to try this since I watched your first dock shooting video. My wife and I finally got out and tried this wkend. It’s much harder than you make it look. We ended up with twelve keepers and had a blast doing it. One question, how long does this pattern usually last? Thanks for the info.

    Kelly WoolvertonKelly Woolverton3 տարի առաջ
    • Keep practicing, it gets easier. Pattern should last all winter into late spring. During the spawn the fish will move up behind the docks. Shoot under the dock cables, reel in and hold on.

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  • Great video - glad to hear there are more to come.

    Dewayne MeiselDewayne Meisel3 տարի առաջ
  • Hey Mike great video always wanna learn more about how to use graphs an good luck in your tournaments I would be nice to have a crappie pro Watching my channel so come on over an watch (Crappie Limit Tv ) with Johnny Mack like an subscribe please comment on if I'm doing something wrong r rite thx again c ya on your next vid run fast- fish hard & b safe

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  • Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I'm going to try this.

    Blackdog Tractor/ExcavatorBlackdog Tractor/Excavator3 տարի առաջ
  • Enjoyed the video particularly the info on side imaging, a technique I am just learning. I subscribed and look forward to more. Dennis

    Dennis HaireDennis Haire3 տարի առաջ
  • High quality video and instruction! Thank you!

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  • Hey Mike. Great video. I have shot docks for years and it's a great way to catch crappie. I have friends that carry a 12 ft. rod with them so when the crappie get finicky, they will vertical jig under the dock floats with the long rod. Absolutely deadly technique after you catch 2-4 fish out from under the dock. I have also noticed that the bigger fish that are caught are on the longer rod with the slower presentation. Hope this helps. Thanks again for the videos.

    MrsouthernsurvivorMrsouthernsurvivor3 տարի առաջ
    • I use that technique as well. Great way to get into some tight spots you can’t shoot to.

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  • Very informative brother great video I'm subscribed ima check out the rest of ur content, check us out sometime if u get a chance I'll be watching

    Fishin N StuffFishin N Stuff3 տարի առաջ
  • Nice video!! Keep it up, I'll keep watching!!

    FGK FishingFGK Fishing3 տարի առաջ
  • Another hit Mike!!! Great job!!!

    Chris JChris J3 տարի առաջ
  • Great Video. I'd like to see a video about how to clean and prepare crappie for eating.

    Tom FordTom Ford3 տարի առաջ
    • I would be happy to do one but there are a lot of videos on that topic out there. Just go to AMworlds and search "how to clean crappie" or "how to filet crappie".

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  • Just subscribed. Really enjoyed you showing the side imaging on sonar under docks and sharing why you chose the docks you chose to fish.Great information. The "how to" is much appreciated. Could you tell me what brand, model, and length of your favorite dock shooting rod(s) and reel (s)? I have a 6 foot B&M sharpshooter rod, but would like a 6.6 foot or maybe a 5.5 foot rod and reel to along with the one I have. I will be using exclusively for dock shooting for crappie. Thanks.

    Wesley HughesWesley Hughes3 տարի առաջ
    • B & M have some nice dock shooting rods. I use a 6' rod for heavier baits but I have some older 5'5" Allstar rods I use for smaller baits that I love. I can control the shorter rods better, especially in tight situations. With that said, I know fishermen who are deadly with longer rods. It comes down to experimentation and time on the water to find out what you are comfortable with and what works best for you.

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    • When shooting docks I like to use a shorter rod in the 5' to 5.5' range. 6' is definitely my max for shooting docks. It's much more manageable when you're up close to the dock. With a long 7' rod, the rod tip likes to dance left or right when you pull it back. I alternate between a light or ultralight action. I like shooting with the light action more since it's a bit more rigid and the tip doesn't move left or right as easily when pulling back. You can use an ultralight if the bites are really light. For me, line watching is the best way to catch the light biters. If it's windy I use the ultralight since the line likes to dance in the wind. I'm not super specific on my rod brand with crappie rods. I have Crappie Maxx rods and Bass Pro Micro Lite rods. I've been wanting to get an Ozark Rod Dock shooter or an ACC Crappie Stix. I'm leaning more toward the ACC because it's a 5' 5" instead of 6ft. However, I'm picky with bass rods! As far as reels, I like using a Shimano Sahara 1000. I own three of them and have loved them. Some people prefer using underspins when shooting docks because you don't have to flip the bail all the time. To me it's no big deal. Another important thing for me, is using HiVis line. I used to use clear, but now I always use HiVis with crappie. I normally get 4lb Crappie Maxx Super Vis line from Bass Pro. It's like $8 for 3,000 yds which is plenty!

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  • Great!

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  • Great videos as always. Keep up the "how to find fish" videos. That seems to be the hardest part for me.

    Jeff SchwentJeff Schwent3 տարի առաջ
  • Another great video, Thanks for sharing.

    Jerry RouthJerry Routh3 տարի առաջ
  • Do you ever fish Stockton lake if so what part and do you have a lure color you prefer that lake and pomme I fish

    Jonah LawrenceJonah Lawrence3 տարի առաջ
    • I haven't been on Stockton in a few years and when I was there last it was to fish for Walleye. Never fished it for crappie.

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  • Enjoying the videos. I live on Keystone lake Oklahoma. Been wanting to try this. Thanks for the info.

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  • Excellent info! Thanks!👍👍

    Anthony HodgeAnthony Hodge3 տարի առաջ
  • Another good video Mike. Thank you.

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  • Will you adopt me

    Chad PalmerChad Palmer3 տարի առաջ
    • I love it! Sorry, no. I have plenty of mouths to feed as it is. Thanks for watching.

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  • Good tips and great video👍👍

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  • Awesome video man

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