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90 degrees, 3 P.M., no wind, no clouds.........

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.....and the fishing was great. My wife and I decided to try fishing this afternoon even the though the condtions seemed all wrong. We fished in 20 f.o.w. on the reefs in big bay with lindy rigs and whole crawlers. Every reef held fish and they were hungy. We boated 15 fish in under 2 hours (we ran out of bait after that) The lindy rigs had 4 foot leaders with white hooks and 1/4 ounce sinkers. We trolled over the reefs at 0.5 - 0.7 mph. Hope this info helps.

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Thanks for the post. I'm coming up to the lake for the first time in about 5 years this week and that just helps get the adrenalin flowing!

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Thanks for the post. I'm coming up to the lake for the first time in about 5 years this week and that just helps get the adrenalin flowing!


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