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heading up tommorow to fish and just wondering if anyone is having any luck...Were are going to start around birch and fraiser points then move towards american narrows...caught wind that crawlers have been hot. Any reports would be appreciated, thanks casey

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Hey Casey,

Crawlers have been doing well, but as goes fishing not all spots are created equal and leaches or minnows may be working. Personally crawlers have been a good bait for me, and wednesday they were biting a jig tipped with a chub. Look to off shore structure in these areas to produce fish. I have been finding most of my 'eyes in 24-30' of water.

As has been said before the biggest key to success is knowing how to read your electronics well. If you aren't graphing fish...don't fish there. The fish have been really agressive the last few days so color has not been an issue. They were really tearing it up wednesday in the hurricane that we had! grin.gif

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