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Ufatz

Pomme de Terre access?

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Okay you guys. If you won't tell me anything about bass in

P.de Terre, will you at least tell me which is the best access to use? Please? grin.gif

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On second thought.....to hell with it. Looks like a muddy, weedy, stinkin' swamp now that I drove by it. Who needs it. I can't see how a fish could survive that fetid miasma.

I'm gonna put to boat away and start painting decoys instead. Water temps around my place will cook an egg in three minutes.

Thank you and good night. confused.gif

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Wait until next year. About June if the water is up pick the brightest clear sky and hit every tree laying in the water. You should have 2+ feet of water on the outside edge at least. 3 or more is a guarantee of fish. I have caught more 4lb plus bass in that lake doing this than anywhere else. The bigger the laydown the better. Texas rigged tubes are a killer and don't get hung on submerged branches like worms. Start on the deep edge and work your way in. I have caught 5-7 bass off a big laydown in the past. Good Luck

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Okay Joe. Thanks. I'll put in on my schedule right now and then spend the winter out here hacking wood and planning my first cast in the spring.

Shucks, if the water comes up and the temps go down and the ducks don't fly I may hit it yet this fall. But not the way it looks now. grin.gif

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