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tunrevir

Fall rain/ shallow deep or in between?

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I am thinking that this little system is going to get the shallow bite moving a bit better in the next few days. Any one care to weigh in on that? I'm planning on starting shallower this weekend and working out into the depths till I hit some fish. Cold might make it a better live bait bite or could be a reaction bite on cranks. The sauger will be deep as usual but I am hoping with the temps falling the fish will feed heavily. The shad will key the bite , but just where to find them might be interesting. Looking foreward to getting out and rubbing elbows with people in the know. I might not catch much........but I do catch on.

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Sounds pretty accurate, one thing that comes to mind is that there really won't be a big water push (rise). So I'm not sure these moderate rains will really effect the system? The time of year in general really makes them go on a chew in my opinion, I hope they start going wild soon! grin.gif

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