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Set out today to try some shallow points. After fishing in deeper water for the past week and a half with little to no success. Went back to way I normally fish out there. We fished in 6fow or less and got back into the eyes. Ended up with 7 eyes and acouple that got a way. They were really aggresive at 4 to 430, then after that they want a slow presentation. We were fishing the tip of the point in 6fow and had tip ups set up on both sides in about 4fow. Had a couple of hits and misses on the tipups, most action came from inside the house! Might be out sunday but will be out for sure Monday again. If anyone is out there monday look for a green durango and stop by and say hi!!

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Nice job Josh. Now, I'm really torn on what to do Monday. grin.gifconfused.gifblush.gif

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Good to hear you got into them again. I was starting wonder about you. hehe! tongue.gif I'm heading out this afternoon. Moving the perm back out.

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