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bigyooper

The River (St. Louis)

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OK,

I went down to the river last night...can you say global warming!!

I don't know how we are going to fish in that mud hole.

any guesses on where the fish are going to be? I am thinking that with the low water, they are going to be held up in Walleye alley.

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All the usual spots will be in effect but of course a bit deeper. Some of my favorite gravel edges are dry now. I would say stay below water street and hit the flats and edges. If you know where some deep resting aeas are I would hit them for sure. With the water so low more people will be down river because 23 just doesnt have enough water to hold all the boats it usually does.

Ill be drifting a lot with lack of current. Jig n minnow all day long baby! grin.gif "Heaven Im in Heaven."

Boat is all set with aluminum prop. Be careful traveling. Even in between buoys Ive found 1-3' of water. blush.gif

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