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Michael Kinchen with a white Piranha on jerkbait
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Description: You can't have the Amazon without Piranhas and we were around them often. There's quite a few varieties and this is a medium-sized 'white' Piranha that my fishing partner, Michael Kinchen of Texas, caught on a big jerkbait while we were trying to locate peacock bass in heavy current breaks. Many of the Piranha like fast current edges along breaks and eddies. The faster current could hold big schools of these chompers! No lipping!
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Posted by: djkimmel March 29, 2015, 10:36:22 AM

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