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Some Flats

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Has anyone had any luck on banana flat, or curlys flat near garrison?

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I have not fished either of these flats yet this year but Banana has been good to me in the past. That flat was in yesterday's game plan but we were doing well enough on a different flat that the move didn't make sense.

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We were fishing it for a bit on Saturday and pulled a 20" out of it. Few bites and empty hooks, but that's the only fish we boated from bananna.

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Thanks

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Was on Curly's on Friday. Tough in my boat with the wind but caught three in the 25" range, and one small one before we got blown off. Had to look for fish, but when we found them, they seemed to be hungry.

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