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borchawk1

Tulaby Report

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Looking for a Tulaby report. I was thinking of heading out there next weekend for some eyes, but wanted to know if my time is better spent chasing crappies somewhere else.

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Ok, I probably should have payed attention to my icons and used a question mark for this post, but 155 views and no responses? Either this lake is cranking em out or it's so dead that no one is fishing it!

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you would have had better responses in the DL forum, as this lake is considered more in their "Region". Also, from what I've heard from others, the bite has been slow. Not as many anglers up on the rez, so there's naturally less reports to trickle down...

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Thanks for the response DEADhead, I was debating on which forum to post it to. I think we will give it a shot next weekend anyhow.

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good luck, when the bite is on, that lake can be a lot of fun. but it is hard to know when the lake will be on or not, kind of a gamble.

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