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wallyhunter66

anything hitting?

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I plan on going out on sunday,anything hitting for you guys on sat.? thanks ....Todd wink.gif

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The geese were hitting the ground 2day grin.gifJ/K I'm sorry 2 say I havent been on the water 4 2weeks frown.gif

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Well ya know ya sh*thead, if you wanna go out all ya gotta do is call or e-mail me. And i know you have my number and e-mail address!!!!.... tongue.gif ....... so there!!!! grin.gif

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I was out on Saturday and Sunday. SLOW bite.

The Crappies and sunnies were hitting on German. We had a good size fish cut off a lure on the bar on the main lake. The transition area from rock to mud bottom was the area to key on. We also cought some Bass in the shallows.

I went to another lake today. SLOW bite. We worked shallow and we worked deep. Yes we worked the in-between. Slooooow bite. Then while working the shallow we came up to a weed bed that ran 2-300yards. We saw hundreds of thousands of 1.5-2.5" long Sunfish, Perch, Bass and minnows in the weeds. I would 1/4 of the mass was small fish. We saw a school of fish in 10FOW with the depth finder. Thay were 2.5" Perch. With that much food around it is going to be hard to compete. confused.gif

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Lots of baitfish is a good sign though. grin.gif Besides, I like a competition.

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hey folks how are u all doing, the latest news about fountain lake is the panfish bite is fast and nasty at time. about 3 hrs after dark, right now with the full moon phase the nicer walleyes are moveing into the shallows again, the other nite i hardly had any sunnies or crappies. caught lots of small eyes 13" to 15" range. but the last 3 weeks after dark been hot for crappies. the eyes have been less then 10 ft from the shore at 6" off the bottom. all i have used was a jig and a bobber.

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