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Tyler Holm

Willow Wonders

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I dropped by Willow Creek tonight for about 30 minutes just before dark. Fish were surfacing which made me wish I would have grabbed a different rod, but I still game them a go with what I had. My first couple casts yielded bites, but no hookups. Then I put that one in the tree, so I put on the old Exude Micro Shad green/black with a lime green glitter 1/32 oz jig. The fish would bang the lure and zip the bobber down, but I was a split second late on the hook set on several occasions. I did manage a few of those tini bass and a pile of gills ranging from dinks to around 7” I also hit a crappie prob around the 8.5" mark.


All my fish came from about 8" under a float. I would get several bites right next to shore, but those were those dink bass and gills.

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