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Was out this morning on budd lake and caught 3 bass 2-4 #`s 1 cat 6.5 #`s And several crappies.Here`s what worked well today.I ran a 6hf floating metalic orange and a 5hf floating yellow dace salmo hornet over a couple of 8 foot bars with 16 ft of water around it.When the lure hits the bar they nail it.I had 100 ft of line out.

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Havent been back there in awhile- the sunnies still biting behind the filtration plant?

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A week ago i was down and seen a guy catching them right close to shore.

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Been down to Iowa Lake yet??????????

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Nope Been down to south silver a few times though.

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anything biting there?

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Nope.Its been really slow down there.Going to fox tonight and try for some eyes.

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