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ANY UPDATES ON ROCK LAKE?

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My buddy and I were thinging of going up. Anyone been out there. Whats biting and on what? I have heard it is a good crappie lake. My buddy has a friend named Terry that goes out their. Has had good reports

Thank you kindly,

SHACKBASH

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This shallow tiny itsy bitsy body of water doesn't take pressure, weather changes, or hip hop music very well.

I haven't fished it in [Contact Us Regarding This Duration] years, but I did have multiple outings of numerous [Contact Us Regarding This Species] that were [Contact Us Regarding This Length].

The best bait seemed to be a [Contact Us Regarding This Lure] tipped with a white [Contact Us Regarding This Bait].

That's all I know.

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Wow! What an update. Can anyone else add to this?

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Holy $hi# I've never seen so much contacting in one report. Must be a hot bite. tongue.gif

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Come on, my buddy keeps asking me about this lake. Anyone!

I would (Contact us please) and (Contact us please) anyone that could get me info on this like. Have great (Contact us please) night. (Contact us please) god bless!

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It is small and I'd hate to encourage anyone to go there.It does have some dandys though.

I'll hit it everyonce in awhile.

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Thanks CK, I will forward the info.

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There's a lot better panfish lakes right now that are giving up fish then Rock.

Here's an exaple from Wilkens last Sunday.

We pounded the fish by the by.

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CK I will be heading up to round tonight. Any info that you would like to share.

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sure,

the break straight out from the beach has given up a few. The one to the left for the 1st 300 yards has been good.

All the way across the lake by the big pines has given up a few.The north end has been tuff & so has the south end.

Do ya need a guide????With a H2O that has 60 waypoints of were the fish are?

You spinning your wheels getting there too early.7 is early enough.

Nothing else stop by & I'll draw you maps.

I should mention I'm trolling 1.3-1.5 mph in 9-11 FOW on the break.

They move back and forth frequently so keep your eye on the locator.The breaks are fast so you could be in 20 FOW pretty fast if you don't.

If you come into town stop at the Spur station and ask where I live.I'm 2 blocks from the store over by the elementary school.410 Wright St.

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Doah!

Dude calls says whatcha doin??

Mowed getting ready to eat. I says why you wanna go hit Round?

Yup he goes ,so if your out there Dale ,I'll be in my little 12 foot skiff . You can shadow me down the breaks if you want.

We'll be hitting the lake just before 8 bells.

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There was only 1 guy out there with a dog.Was that you Dale.

We caught 4 small ones.

Here's a sample. Picture009.jpg

All of the mayflies are gone so they should be triggering on minnows. There were several crayfish in the live well that were expelled.

Orange may be a better color that white on the head & or body.

Hey Dale we have sidetracked this post.Let's move over to the Round thread.

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Thanks again CK.

I forwarded the info.

Keep posting on. Good luck!!!!

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I have not heard of much from Rock.

I know with the heat everything is headed for deeper water .The weed patches are formed so I'd go to your summer patterns.

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