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AGATEBAY REPORTS?

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Are there any report on agatebay area heading up there tommrw.

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Was out there last weekend and we caught about 26 perch and kept a half dozen 10" to 12". Really slow in the house, but we braved the wind and went out in the portables for a few hours. We did manage to catch 3 Tulibees in the houses. Hope this helps.

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What foot of water are people having luck with the perch in??? Heading up for the weekend and have heard that out deep (28-32) ft on mud and gravel seems to be the ticket?

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I have my house in 28ft and doing good in the morning. The rest of the day is slow. The bottom is more gravel then mud in this area. I have heard that out a little father the bite is better so I plan on bringing the portable and trying out father this weekend in hopes for a afternoon bite.

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Thanks I went out and kept 16 nice jumbos in 26ft of water. morn was the best but as soon as the sun came out it realy slowed down. The ones i kept where all 10.5 and above the biggest was 12 3/4

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