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Sand Vs Rocks (Fischer's)

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Paul, Cranker or anyone .

Heading up this Thurs. Any reports that would help. Fishing the Sand vs Fischer's .

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Paul and I are going our tonight. Tony Roach says they are biting everywhere from 30ft to 12ft rocks, sand, gravel.

Either Paul or I will post later tonight after we get in.

Fish On!!!

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'Bout time you got some water time in!

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Cranker, Paul,

How did you do yesterday ????

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Hit the rocks in the morning and dusk with a bobber in about 12 fow. During the day drift or backtroll (depending if there is wind) in deeper water. You will have to see what depth they are at during the day. Good luck

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We hit north end rock/sand transitions from noon to 3 yesterday: 1-28", 1-27", 2-25", 3-22", 2-19" & 1-18". Never moved out of this one little area and just drifted the same pass over and over. Lindy's, leaches, bare red or pink hook, no beads, no spinner, 6-7' snells, nothing fancy. Smaller ones were in 12-14', bigger ones all out around 20'. Smaller fish nibbled a bit, bigger ones just slammed it! Lots of boats in the area, some back trolling, couple bobber fishing, most drifting with that north wind we had - everyone was landing fish!

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