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Smallmouth spawning status

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I will be fishing the pond from 6-10 through 6-17 and was wondering about the stage of spawn for the smallmouth. Are they spawning now or is it over? any info would be greatly appreciated.

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All I know is I had to go in the water Friday to adjust somethinmg on my boat lift and I was litteraly attached by a smallie. Must have hit me 15 times before got out of the water. My guess is she was protecting her bed. Is my thinking right here?

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please post fire number to me please!?!!!! grin.gifgrin.gif

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What end of the lake are you on? In a bay or on the main lake? Im going up on Wed. Hope they are still shallow.

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