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Full Moon Bite

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First time out on the big pond with a full moon. Would tonight be a good night for the crank bite even though it's overcast and breezy? If so, where are the good reports coming from and where should I start?

Thanks!!

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Your always going to catch more fish by not worrying about if the weather is going to make a good bite or not, and just going out and giving it a shot no matter what the weather is... Find ricks piles (they are all over the lake, especially in the south) and starting trolling shads in 6' to 12' of water... You'll find fish...

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Thanks for the info, it's much appreciated. I was just worried due to bringing a friend who doesn't fish at all and wanted to find some eyes so he can have some fun.

We will try the rocks on Indian and see what happens.

Thanks and happy fishing!!

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