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Today could have been better

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Got out this morning. COLD, but no wind. water temp was 39. Did a little trollin, had to go super slow to get hit. Never went faster than 1.5mph. ME 2 / Fish 1. (caught 2/Lost 1. never did get hit on a jig. Tried differnt colors, and bait Fats/Shiners. Sorry I dont have better news for all of you. Hope someone will go out and prove me wrong.

Thats all for now,

GOOD FISHING!!! cool.gif

O by the way the hudson dock has been pulled if nobody knew.

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Headed out this weekend ( 18th 19th ) usually fish between the railroad bridge north of 94 and Afton. Any idea whats happening on the river of late? didnt get skunked a week ago but no keepers to be had. Jigged and pulled some cranks, and ran some lead. confused.gif

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