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Hunters Point, Big Point, or somewhere in the middle?

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I am coming up on wednesday to fish the full moon, planing on using that new access it looks really nice. I was wondering if anyone has fished these areas in the last week I think were going to start there and see what happens. What everyone reccomend pulling cranks or slip bobber and leech, what depth should I conetrate on. Thanks for any help.

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Cover alot of water!!! Big Point, hunters and in front of Fischer's may work.

I would start maybe in 12ft and then work my way in shallow. Try trolling cranks and lighted bobbers.

I've heard from a pretty good source that a few people are catching a few trolling cranks. Nothing fast and furious yet.

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